Here you'll find health and social services for residents, including:
For programs ranging from:
- walk-in treatment clinics to
- mental health services,
- Women and Infant Children Program (WIC),
- conservatorships for those who can't manage their own finances,
- and various health programs,
see the Health Agency home page.
Animal Health Resources can be found at Animal and Pet Health .
Restaurant/Grocery Store/Market Inspection Results Search
Find out the latest restaurant, grocery store, and market inspection results online
Ocean Water Monitoring
Environmental Health Services takes ocean water samples at nineteen locations along the coast on a weekly basis. Samples are analyzed for three types of indicator bacteria, which at sufficient concentrations indicate the potential presence of microbes that may cause human illness. The results are compared to standards established by the State. If any of the State standards are not met, a Health Advisory is issued. To see up to date beach advisories, click on the link: Ocean Water Monitoring webpage.
For cash aid programs and services such as
- Medical assistance/Affordable Care Act (ACA)
- Food assistance
- Child Welfare Services
- Protective services for adults
- Foster Care and adoptions
- Welfare to Work and much more...see the webpages of the Department of Social Services .
The Children's Services Network collaborates with public and private agencies to coordinate a seamless system of care for the children of San Luis Obispo County. It provides information about child related issues of interest to the parents of children in the county.
see the webpages of the Children's Services Network .
The Adult Services Policy Council provides leadership to all agencies, programs, and consumer groups dealing with adults and seniors. The Council also provides leadership in the development of comprehensive community services for adults and seniors who utilize publicly funded health and human services.
see the webpages of the Adult Services Policy Council .
Here you will find maps showing where services, such as food, clothing and shelter, are provided for the homeless within the county. You will also find information about what time the services are available and who can get these services.
see the webpages of the Homeless Services Coordinating Council.
The San Luis Obispo County Commission on Aging listens to the concerns of seniors and provides information about about resources for seniors. The Commission also advocates on senior issues to the County Board of Supervisors.
see the webpages of the SLO Commission on Aging.
Mental Health 24-Hour Request for Services: 1-800-838-1381
Safely Surrender Your Baby (Safe Baby Haven Information)