Protected Health Information
Protected Health Information or “PHI” identifies you personally and is associated with your medical history, mental or physical condition or treatment, or payment for health care. A few examples of information that could be used to identify you include your: name, address, email address, telephone number, date of birth, and Social Security number. Please view our Notice of Privacy Practices to learn more about PHI.
San Bernardino County Code and Applicable Laws
San Bernardino County, CA Code of Ordinances is an unofficial version of the San Bernardino County code and is provided for the convenience of the public. To ensure you have the most up to date information, and to obtain current applicable laws, contact the respective DPH Program under Program & Services.
CDPH Codes On Indoor Air Quality
The Department of Public Health (CDPH) provides codes, standards, regulations and guidelines on indoor air quality. Please visit the CDPH site to learn more about CDPH codes.
CDC Public Health Law Program
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Public Health Law Program works as a tool for protecting and promoting the health of the public. Law has been critical in attaining public health goals, serving as a foundation for governmental public health activities. Please visit the CDC’s Public Health Law Program for more information.
California Disaster Center
The California Disaster Center is your web guide and source for California State information, news, and weather to county and city emergency management sites online. Please visit the California Disaster Center for more information.
County Health Executives Association of California (CHEAC)
The County Health Executives Association of California (CHEAC) is a statewide organization of county and city Health Department and Agency Directors, who are responsible for the administration, oversight, and delivery of a broad range of local public health and indigent health care services. Members represent a variety of administrative and health professional disciplines. Please visit the County Health Executives Association of California (CHEAC) for more information.
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s primary purpose is to coordinate the response to a disaster that has occurred in the United States and that overwhelms the resources of local and state authorities.
For more information, please visit the FEMA website.
American Red Cross Desert to the Sea Region
The American Red Cross Desert to the Sea Region serves Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. The Red Cross empowers ordinary people to perform extraordinary acts in emergency situations. It trains, mobilizes and connects donors and volunteers to those in urgent need of a helping hand. For more information on the American Red Cross support in an Emergency Disaster, please visit the American Red Cross’s Preparedness webpage.
Southern California Edison (SCE)
Southern California Edison provides electronic information and updates on Power Outages. For more information, please visit the SCE Power Outage Information webpage.
Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas)
Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) has tips and recommendations in an emergency disaster. For more information, please visit SoCalGas’s Emergency Preparedness webpage.
California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (CalOES)
The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) has established in 2008 the Office of Access and Functional Needs (OAFN). The purpose of OAFN is to identify the needs of individuals with disabilities and others with access and functional needs before, during and after disasters and to integrate them into the State’s emergency management systems. For more information, please visit CalOES’s Access & Functional Needs webpage.
United Way 211
United Way 211 offers detailed information on more than 1100 agencies, 3500 Programs, and almost 5,000 services throughout San Bernardino County. Every day, thousands of people find themselves in circumstances where, often for the first time, they need resources that can’t be easily found on the internet or a phone book: low cost burial services, employment resources, a free or low-cost health clinic, free eyeglasses replacement for the elderly, affordable parenting classes or other counseling services, legitimate help overcoming temporary financial difficulties, and many more such scenarios. Visit the 211 site or simply dial 211 on any phone for assistance.