Placer County was one of the first California communities to create an integrated health and human services agency, aiming to provide more unified and holistic services to customers.
Learn more about the services we offer in the North Tahoe region and beyond:
Explore our North Tahoe programs:
Find information about programs for older/dependent adults, mental health, substance use and in-home supportive services in North Lake Tahoe.
Information on animal sheltering, adoption, reunification and animal control services in the North Tahoe area.
Information about services in North Lake Tahoe for children and families including child welfare, foster care, becoming a foster or adoptive parent and mental health services.
Information about Environmental Health monitoring and inspections, including the Lake Tahoe area.
Information for North Lake Tahoe residents about benefits programs including healthcare coverage; CalFresh food assistance; CalWORKs cash assistance and Employment Services; general relief and more.
Programs serving North Tahoe residents including public health nursing, WIC (Women, Infants and Children program), health education and more.