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If you have questions regarding COVID 19, need supplies or assistance please call 937-822-1249 to speak with SSA Manager, Tracy Hammonds.  This number has been set aside during the Coronavirus Pandemic to assist Individuals, Providers and Families who may need assistance. 

NOTE:  After the pandemic has subsided, please refrain from using this number as this is for the Transition Coordinator and should only be use to contact the Transition Coordinator for transition to work program.

All Unusual Incidents and MUI calls need to still use the Emergency Cell Phone (937) 725-0686 to report all incidents to the Brown County Board of DD on call staff. 


Our office is continuing to monitor information regarding the COVID 19 virus.

We will continue business as usual at the County Board office; however, starting today, March 16, all meetings with Individuals and those receiving home-based Early Intervention Services and Therapies (OT, PT, and Speech) will be delivered by means of Go To Meeting, Skype, Zoom, Virtual or phone contact.  We will continue to work with teams, keep communication open, and use technology to ensure we are working together.  We ask that you please be patient as this process is new to staff. 

We ask that you follow the below criteria:

  • Limit Public Meetings

  • Utilize email and telephone communication as much as possible

  • Scan and Email documents to the office when possible, instead of personal delivery

  • If you are experiencing Flu like symptoms, please stay home and or seek medical care.

ODH has established a hotline which can be reached

7 days a week from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.

The number is 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634)


Brown County Health Department 937-378-6892

Thank you for your support as we do our part to slowing the spread of the

COVID-19 Virus.

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325 W. State St., Bldg. A, Suite 2, Georgetown OH 45121
937.378.4891  |  Fax: 937.378.3585
Emergency Phone Number to Report UI's/MUI's After Hours: 937.725.0686