Health

Health Division News & Notices




New Health Division Fees - Effective July 1, 2017



Mental Health Referral Service: The Town of Concord has a contract with INTERFACE, a free mental health resource and referral Helpline to help children, adults and families become connected with mental health and wellness resources on issues including anxiety, bullying, depression, divorce, eating disorders, grief/loss and other topics.. Call the helpline at 888-244-6843  to consult with a mental health professional about resources and/or receive personalized, matched referrals. Visit William James College Interface Program  for more information.


















  1. Board of Health

    Learn more about the members and actions of the Board of Health.

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  2. Animals

    View photos and documents relating to animal ownership and care in Concord.

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  3. Camp Program

    View details on camps and additional detail about the camp season.

    Link to page
  4. Food Program

    Learn more about the food program facilitated by the Health Department.

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  5. Forms & Links

    View additional forms and links for the Health Department.

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  6. Lincoln Forms & Regulations

    View various documents regarding Lincoln forms and regulations.

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  7. Pools & Beaches

    The Concord Health Department licenses and inspects all public and semi-public swimming pools.

    Link to page
  8. Regulations & Codes

    View various regulations and codes at the state and local level regarding inspections and Health Department matters.

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  9. Septic System Information

    View details regarding septic systems in Concord.

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  10. Blue Green Algae Blooms

    Learn more about blue green algae blooms and their effect on Concord.

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  11. Community Water Fluoridation

    The Concord Board of Health believes that the overwhelming body of scientific evidence and studies show that community water fluoridation is a safe and effective public health measure to prevent tooth decay.

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  12. Environmental Health

    View various resources regarding environmental hazards for Concord.

    Link to page
  13. Flooding Resources

    View helpful documents relating to flooding and staying safe in the event of a flood emergency.

    Link to page
  14. Influenza Information

    Learn more about influenza and the communities effort to prevent the flu.

    Link to page
  15. Mosquito Information

    Learn more about the effort regarding mosquito management in Concord.

    Link to page
  16. Organic Waste Recycling

    Learn more about the compost program and food waste composting.

    Link to page
  17. Rabies & Bat Encounters

    View details regarding rabies and bat encounters in Concord.

    Link to page
  18. Tick-borne Diseases

    The Town of Concord has joined forces with surrounding towns to address tick-borne disease prevention and education.

    Link to page
  19. Tobacco Control

    The Concord Board of Health has a long history of proactive tobacco control efforts to prevent youth access to tobacco and nicotine products.

    Link to page
  1. Board of Health

    Learn more about the members and actions of the Board of Health.

    Link to page
  2. Animals

    View photos and documents relating to animal ownership and care in Concord.

    Link to page
  3. Camp Program

    View details on camps and additional detail about the camp season.

    Link to page
  4. Food Program

    Learn more about the food program facilitated by the Health Department.

    Link to page
  5. Forms & Links

    View additional forms and links for the Health Department.

    Link to page
  6. Lincoln Forms & Regulations

    View various documents regarding Lincoln forms and regulations.

    Link to page
  7. Pools & Beaches

    The Concord Health Department licenses and inspects all public and semi-public swimming pools.

    Link to page
  8. Regulations & Codes

    View various regulations and codes at the state and local level regarding inspections and Health Department matters.

    Link to page
  9. Septic System Information

    View details regarding septic systems in Concord.

    Link to page
  10. Blue Green Algae Blooms

    Learn more about blue green algae blooms and their effect on Concord.

    Link to page
  11. Community Water Fluoridation

    The Concord Board of Health believes that the overwhelming body of scientific evidence and studies show that community water fluoridation is a safe and effective public health measure to prevent tooth decay.

    Link to page
  12. Environmental Health

    View various resources regarding environmental hazards for Concord.

    Link to page
  13. Flooding Resources

    View helpful documents relating to flooding and staying safe in the event of a flood emergency.

    Link to page
  14. Influenza Information

    Learn more about influenza and the communities effort to prevent the flu.

    Link to page
  15. Mosquito Information

    Learn more about the effort regarding mosquito management in Concord.

    Link to page
  16. Organic Waste Recycling

    Learn more about the compost program and food waste composting.

    Link to page
  17. Rabies & Bat Encounters

    View details regarding rabies and bat encounters in Concord.

    Link to page
  18. Tick-borne Diseases

    The Town of Concord has joined forces with surrounding towns to address tick-borne disease prevention and education.

    Link to page
  19. Tobacco Control

    The Concord Board of Health has a long history of proactive tobacco control efforts to prevent youth access to tobacco and nicotine products.

    Link to page
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Mission Statement


The mission of the Concord Health Division is to assess and address the needs of the Concord community, in order to protect and improve the health and quality of life of its residents and work force. This mission is realized through the implementation of disease prevention and health promotion programs, community health and nursing services, public outreach, education and empowerment, as well as promulgation and enforcement of Town and State health regulations.