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Health Services

  • 22 S. State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • (801) 525-5075
Mental Health First Aid is an 8 hour course open to all members of the community, that teaches participants how to help a person developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis using Action Plan ALGEE.  Assess for risk of suicide or harm, Listen non-judgmentally, Give reassurance and information, Encourage appropriate professional help, and Encourage self-help and other support strategies.
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  • 22 S State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-525-5050
The United Way Dental Program helps to improve the lives of Davis County residents who suffer from minor dental problems such as cavities, or who may have a dental emergency and may not have the resources to get the dental assistance they need. These services are offered through contract providers at no cost to families and/or individuals who meet income guidelines through a United Way grant given to the Davis County Health Department. Services are available until grant funds are exhausted each fiscal year.
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  • 22 S State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-525-5050
5.25 Acres of owned or leased property is required to qualify for a farm plate.  IF this requirement is met,  bring the parcel number for the property to Davis County Health Department.  You will receive a Farm Truck Plate Application that needs to be completed. Bring vehicle information including the Vin number.
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  • 22 S State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-525-5150
Birth and Death certificates; Voluntary Declarations of Paternity; Limited Marriage & Divorce Certificates
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  • 22 South State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-525-5150
Notary services available at $5.00 per document.
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  • 22 S State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-525-5355
STDs are sometimes referred to as sexually transmitted infections (STIs). It’s possible to have an infection without symptoms.  In the absence of symptoms, the only way to diagnose an STD is to screen for it. Knowing your STD status is a critical step to stopping STD transmission. If you know you are infected you can take steps to protect yourself and your partners.  You may be at risk for an STD if you:  engage in unprotected sex, have multiple sexual partners, have sex with someone you don't know, and/or use drugs/alcohol while engaging in sexual activity.  GYT (Get Yourself Tested).
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  • 22 S State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-525-5200
Davis County Health Department is available to provide a one hour STD presentation to community agencies and youth groups.
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  • 22 S State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-525-5200
For EMS/Public Safety/Healthcare Workers:  Free bloodborne pathogen classes are taugh monthly at the Davis County Health Department.  Bloodborne pathogen classes may also be offered at the worksite for community agencies. The cost is a flat rate of $100 per organization. 
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  • 22 S State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-525-5200
The Davis County Health Department has a dedicated communicable disease information line that is available to the public Monday - Friday, 8:00 - 5:00 pm (excluding holidays).  
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*Davis County has made the resources on this page available as a community service. Listing the resources on this page does not imply an endorsement by Davis County.

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