COVID-19 Patient Guidance

January 2022 is on track to be record breaking! In the last seven days, the Health Department has confirmed 521 new cases in our county.  We are working diligently but have been overwhelmed by this surge in cases. 

Here are ways you can help your community:

  • If you are a resident of Clark County and test positive (excluding at home tests, as state guidance does not recognize these results), please see the resource linked below for guidance to follow.  CCHD remains a resource for the community, please email us or call 859-744-4482.     
  • Please continue to be mindful of social distancing, hand washing, cleaning, sanitizing and wearing a mask in public.  If you are not feeling well, please stay home and be tested.
  • Please be patient with testing facilities as they are working as fast as they can through this surge and demand for testing.  There may be some delay in reporting to the health department during this surge.   
  • Vaccines are still very effective at reducing the symptoms and alleviating hospitalizations for those who may become COVID-19 positive.  If you are interested in receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, please visit our website ( for upcoming vaccine clinic dates.  
Thank you for your continued support and patience. 

Resource Guide

The Clark County Mental Health & Substance Misuse Community Resource Guide has been compiled by the collaborative efforts of the Clark County Health Department, Clark County Mental Health Task Force and Clark County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy (ASAP).  The guide has been developed to serve as a quick reference to assist those seeking help for themselves or a loved one with mental illness or a substance use disorder. 
 Click on the link to view the resource guide: 

Home Health Agency

The Clark County Home Health Agency officially ceased operations on Friday, October 11th, 2019.  Please contact the Clark County Health Department for questions at (859)744-4482.

Please note, the services offered by the health department remain unchanged.  The Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic and Treatment (EPSDT) program and outpatient therapeutic services are continuing to be offered as well.  This notice is only regarding the home health agency. 


If you have any questions or would like additional information, please do not hesitate to contact Becky Kissick by phone at (859) 744- 4482 or via email at

Emergency Contraception

In the event that emergency contraception (Plan B) is needed outside of Clark County Health Department operational hours, this method can be obtained at most local pharmacies and large supermarket chains such as Walmart  or Kroger without a prescription.