Stevens County Emergency Management Call Center is now open to address COVID-19 concerns. They can be reached at 509-684-7563, Monday - Friday from 9am to 4pm. 

If you have questions about what is happening in Washington, how the virus is spread, and what to do if you have symptoms, please call 1-800-525-0127 and press #. 

If you have a public health emergency, you may contact any of our offices. During after-hours, select the option to reach a duty officer. 

  Positive Test Results: Negative Test Results: Deaths:
Ferry County 1 72 0
Pend Oreille County 1 118 0
Stevens County 5 267 0

With the availability of testing through commercial labs and mobile testing sites, the Health District may not be aware of persons undergoing testing until notified of positive test results as required by WAC. 

Northeast Tri County Health District only reports results for residents of Ferry, Pend Oreille and Stevens counties. These numbers would include residents who were tested outside of our tri-county area. 

This data is changing regularly as labs complete tests, we will update these numbers daily. To protect the privacy of those testing positive, information that may lead to a person's identity being revealed will not be disclosed. 

Numbers last updated: April 5, 2020 at 1:45 pm

 


Considering Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder?

We are here to help.

Our care navigator will assist you with accessing treatment and comprehensive medical & social support resources. 

For more information or assistance please contact our Care Navigator:

Makayla Nez

509-563-8025

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What We Do!

Our Mission:  Northeast Tri County Health District works with other entities to assess, protect, preserve and promote the health of the tri-county area and establishes local policy relating to populations based services in Ferry, Pend Oreille and Stevens Counties.


In Person Services Closed at All Northeast Tri County Health District Offices

Due to increasing response efforts of combating the COVID-19 pandemic, Northeast Tri County Health District (NETCHD) is reorganizing all of its resources to better protect our communities. In accordance with the ongoing effort statewide to reduce the spread of COVID-19, businesses and organizations in our community are being required to ensure social distancing and other health measures in their operations. It is important that the Health District follow suit. In our efforts to reduce person-to-person contact and lessen the risk for staff and the public, our offices will be closed to in-person services. Click below for accommodations for services:

Birth and Death Certificates

Women Infant and Children Nutrition Program (WIC)

Safe Syringe Services Program (Needle Exchange) 

Environmental Health Permits and Applications

Immunizations

Colville: 509-684-2262

Newport: 509-447-3131

Republic: 509-775-3111


Pay Your Environmental Health Invoices Online


Report a Public Health Concern Online