- 2008 Yolo County Youth Substance Abuse Summit: This summit was conducted by the Yolo County Health Council. Participants included key stakeholders in education, criminal justice, and health, as well as policymakers and community leaders. This report includes action plans with measurable goals identified by participants to reduce substance use among Yolo County teens.
- 2002 The Impact of Alcohol & Drugs on Health and Safety: This report presents data regarding the impact of alcohol and drug use in Yolo County on injuries, hospitalizations and deaths, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, youth risk behaviors, criminal arrests and reported child abuse.
- 2000-2010 Yolo County Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Trends: This report provides information about chlamydia and gonorrhea among Yolo County residents from 2000-2010. The report focuses on the disparities between gender, race/ethnicity, age groups, and city of residence.
- 2008 HIV/AIDS Needs Assessment: This needs assessment was conducted by the Yolo County Health Department HIV/AIDS Prevention Program in 2008 regarding the health needs of persons affected by or at risk of being affected by HIV/AIDS.
- 2006 Trends in HIV/AIDS In Yolo County: This report was prepared by the Yolo County HIV/AIDS Prevention Program and follows up on the 2000 report regarding trends in HIV/AIDS in Yolo County.
- 2000 Trends I HIV/AIDS in Yolo County: This report presents trends in HIV/AIDS among Yolo County residents from 1985-2000.
- Bioterrorism & Infectious Disease Manual for Clinicians (aka The Zebra Book): This reference was produced by the Yolo County Health Department Emergency Preparedness Unit and was distributed to Yolo County Hospitals, clinics and physicians' offices to serve as a resource in the event of a public health emergency, such as a pandemic or bioterrorism event.
- Sentinel Laboratory Guidance for Suspected Agents of Bioterrorism: This document was produced by the Yolo County Health Department Emergency Preparedness Unit and was distributed to local laboratories. This guide describes the role of local laboratories in recognizing and responding to bioterrorism in partnership with the Yolo County Public Health Laboratory.
- 2001 Pilot Survey of Children’s Use of Emergency Services: This report presents findings from a pilot study of 35 children and their parents who sought treatment for non-emergent conditions at Yolo County emergency departments.
- 2014 Health Care Access Survey Results (Executive Summary) (Visual Highlights)
- 2014 County Health Ranking Presentation
- 2013-2014 Annual Report (2015 Calendar)
- 2014 Community Health Assessment
- 1969 Yolo County Health: Written by Dr. Herbert Bauer (Yolo County Health Officer from 1952-1972). This serves as a reminder of both Yolo County's history of commitment to public health and the breadth and timelessness of public health concerns. (Reports provided courtesy of Yolo County Archives.)
- 1967 Yolo County Health: Written by Dr. Herbert Bauer (Yolo County Health Officer from 1952-1972). This serves as a reminder of both Yolo County's history of commitment to public health and the breadth and timelessness of public health concerns. (Reports provided courtesy of Yolo County Archives.)
- 1966 Yolo County’s Health: Written by Dr. Herbert Bauer (Yolo County Health Officer from 1952-1972). This serves as a reminder of both Yolo County's history of commitment to public health and the breadth and timelessness of public health concerns. (Reports provided courtesy of Yolo County Archives.)
- 1937 Malaria Outbreak Report: This fascinating Depression-era report by Health Officer Dr. John Raffety is his first-hand account of a malaria outbreak among migrant farm works in Yolo County in 1937. His report reveals a strong commitment to core public health principles. Dr. Raffety references several modern public health practices including preventive medicine, epidemiology and surveillance, mosquito control, mass prophylaxis, and collaboration across county and state lines to stop the spread of disease. Are you aware of similar documents of historical significance? If so, please contact the Yolo County Archives.
- 2007 MAMA Project Infant Feeding Assessment and Breastfeeding Rate Study: The Yolo County Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health (MACH) Program conducted a countywide survey of infant feeding practices focusing on breastfeeding initiation and duration. This report includes data and recommendations based on study findings.
- 2006 Yolo County Youth: This is a summary report of adolescent health and well-being indicators produced by the Yolo County Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health (MCAH) Program.
- 2004 MCAH Community Needs Assessment: This community needs assessment was conducted over a one-year period by the Yolo County Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health (MCAH) Program. The report includes basic demographic information as well as quantitative and qualitative county health data.
- 2001 Perinatal Predictors of Early Child Abuse and Neglect Full Report: This study describes risk factors related to child abuse and neglect among low-income infants born in Yolo County. (Executive Summary)
- 1999 Key Indicators of Well Being for Children Ages 0-5: This report tracks key indicators of health and well-being for children 0-5 years of age in Yolo County.
- 2008 Fetal & Infant Mortality Review: Activities of the Yolo County FIMR Team and Analysis of Local FIMR Data