Mental Health Matters

CredibleMind provides you with Mental Wellbeing Resources you can trust. 
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Health & Nutrition


Immunizations, Tuberculosis Testing & Treatment, Women, Infants & Children Programs – Cooper County’s Public Health services are designed to provide helpful information, hands-on assistance, and effective prevention to the citizens of Cooper County to help them live healthier lives.

Environmental Public Health Service Program

Efforts to safeguard our eco-system and personal living environments are more important than ever! That is why we work hard to purify and perfect system setups for water, sewer, food preparation, and more.

Emergency Preparation

When you are prepared for an emergency, you are taking steps to protect your loved ones, your property, and your community on the whole. Get the information you need to stay ready in almost any situation from the Cooper County Public Health Center!

Community Assessment

Our Community Assessments give you information you can use to make positive changes where you live. School standings, obesity trends – you’ll have the numbers you need to see the up-to-date trends and take positive action.

Cooper County Public Health Center (CCPHC) wants to know your thoughts about your challenges in eating healthy.  CCPHC is interested in discovering families' challenges regarding eating healthy. This is a short survey to help us identify these challenges and try to help families overcome any obstacles they face with eating a healthy diet. 


All answers will be kept confidential. The Cooper County Healthy Diet Survey quiz is now available and will take 2 minutes to complete. Please be sure to submit it by 5/12/2023.

Serving the Citizens of Cooper County, MO

Public Notice

The Cooper County Board of Trustees meets the second Tuesday of each month here at the office. Board meeting day and times may change with 24 hours’ notice. Board meetings may be canceled due to inclement weather, holidays or the inability to attain a quorum.

 The meeting begins at 6:00 P. M. unless otherwise announced.

The meeting notices are posted on the inside of the main lobby door for viewing by those interested.

The office is located at 17040 Klinton Dr. in the Village of Windsor. Should you have any questions please feel free to contact us at 660-882-2626.

 The Cooper County Public Health Center is a RSMO 205 county health political subdivision.

 This institution is an equal opportunity employer and proves services on a non-discriminatory basis.

Questions? Find out how we can help! Give us a Call, (660) 882-2626.