Placer County Health and Human Services (HHS) is a nationally recognized, award-winning organization committed to building a healthier community. More than 750 employees work across HHS in six divisions: the Adult System of Care; Children’s System of Care; Human Services; Public Health; Environmental Health and Animal Services; and Administrative Services.
Placer County was one of the first California communities to create an integrated health and human services agency, aiming to provide more unified and holistic services to customers.
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As part of our commitment to delivering cutting-edge services, Placer County HHS underwent a strategic planning process in 2018-19, incorporating the perspectives of a wide range of stakeholders. The result is our 2019-2021 Strategic Plan: “Building a Healthier Community Together.” Explore the full plan, or read a summary here.
This plan is our blueprint for the future, detailing how we will meet the changing needs of our community in four priority areas.