Epidemiology & Health OutreachThe Epidemiology staff at the Tippecanoe County Health Department has the task to surveillance the Public Health for the community as a whole. Every 3-5 years we conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (pdf}
Other links which look at our county and compare us to other counties in Indiana:
Public Health FocusDoctors are focused on individuals, their disease and treatment. In Public Health my focus is on Prevention and Health Promotion.
Some of our activities which promote nutrition and neighborhood gardens are:
- Veggie Drop: Picks up surplus produce from the W. Lafayette Farmer’s Market on Wednesday and downtown Farmer’s Market on Saturday and distributes it to low income housing, food pantries and other places in need. Volunteers always welcome, please email if interested in helping.
- Neighborhood Gardens: Located at 629 N 6th Street, and N 6th Street in Lincoln Neighborhood. These gardens are for the residents in the Centennial and Lincoln neighborhood as well as others in need of fresh produce. Check out our community gardens. For more information about the gardens, please call us at 765-423-9222, ext. 5.
- Check our maps below & the Community Sharing Garden Brochure
Tippecanoe County Health Department- 629 N 6th St. Lafayette, Indiana 47901 Map it!
Lincoln Garden- 1126 N 6th St. Lafayette, Indiana 47901 Map it!
Bethany Church Garden- 3305 Longlois Dr. Lafayette, Indiana Map it!
Community Reformed Church - 2501 S 18th St Lafayette, Indiana Map it!
First Baptist Church, 411 N 7th St, Lafayette, IN 47901 Map it!
Straw Bale Garden Erie/ Cincinnati & 14th St.
905 Brown St Lafayette, IN 47904 Map it!
For more information about the gardens- call us at 765-423-9222 Ext 5.