Seeking Care

Through its clinics and outreach programs, CCPHD  helps county residents meet their health care needs and links them to appropriate care and resources. Most services are no cost, low cost or provided on a sliding fee scale. 

To schedule an appointment at the Battle Creek clinic, please call 269-969-6363. There are no changes to the Albion clinic hours, and walk-ins for immunizations will still be available there on Fridays. If you have any questions, please call the Battle Creek clinic. We look forward to serving you.

Please note clinic services will not be available on Wednesdays and Thursdays at the Albion Health Department due to staffing. We will update you when services return. WIC services remain available on Wednesdays in Albion.

Clinic Services and Hours

Our office locations are: Battle Creek, 190 E Michigan Ave., Battle Creek and Albion is 115 Market Place, Albion.

Health Department hours that we are open are
Monday - Thursday: 7:00a-12:30p & 1:00p-4:30p.
Friday – 8:00a to 12:00p

Most services are by appointment.
Battle Creek - call - 269-969-6363
Albion - call - 517-629-9434

Please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment to complete registration.

Providing pregnancy testing and counseling, reproductive health services for everyone, contraceptive services (birth control) to allow all individuals in Calhoun County to achieve desired birth spacing and family size. The Choices program now has telehealth available. Select services are available for established clients, please ask at your next visit.

Protect yourself and your community from getting and spreading respiratory illnesses like COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Everyone has a role to play in getting ready and staying healthy.
HIV & Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Services
Reducing and preventing the spread of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) through confidential and judgment-free clinical services.


Information about vaccines and appointments for all ages.
Lead Testing Available
Providing all children and pregnant women  blood-lead level testing to identify and prevent lead poisoning in Calhoun County.
Opioid Assistance (Narcan)
Calhoun County is in the midst of an opioid epidemic, and Calhoun County Public Health Department is working to track the epidemic so we can work to stop it. Narcan kits (which can reverse the effects of a deadly opioid overdose) and training are available to all in Calhoun County.

Sensory Room
The sensory room offers a private space inside the health department with a variety of tactile and sensory items including a bubble light, activity panel, and more. The CCPHD staff are well versed in distraction techniques and can make accommodations for any individual who struggles with the vaccine process. Any Calhoun County resident who prefers a sensory-friendly setting is welcome to come into the Albion or Battle Creek clinic to receive services. The sensory-friendly room was made possible by funding from the Children’s Special Healthcare Services Vaccine Initiative. Individuals will be able to receive immunizations in the sensory room.

Wear One
The Wear One program offers free condoms to all residents of Calhoun County.  The Calhoun County Public Health Department (CCPHD) is pleased to announce the launch of its condom distribution program, Wear One, as part of our ongoing efforts to promote health and prevent disease for a healthier community. The goal of the Wear One program is to decrease STIs (sexually transmitted infections) and unplanned pregnancies by removing barriers to condom access and promoting acceptance of condom use, especially among those 18-24 years of age. 

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