Toll Free 1-888-675-1115
After Hours Emergency 911
More information about Adult Protective Services can be found on the Adult Protective Services webpage.
Please report animal bites IMMEDIATELY to Yolo County Animal Services at 530-668-5287 (business hours) and 530-666-8900 (non-business hours)
Compliance related questions, concerns or reports can be directly made to the HHSA Behavioral Health Compliance Officer
137 N. Cottonwood St
Woodland, CA 95695
or anonymously through our 24-hour Compliance Reporting line
Toll free 1-888-400-0022
After Hours Emergency 911
During Business Hours
To report an URGENT communicable disease during business hours, please call 530-666-8645.
For non-urgent communicable diseases, please download and complete a Confidential Morbidity Report (CMR) below:
- CMR Form for ALL Reportable Disease, except HIV, TB, and Lapse of Consciousness
- CMR Form for Tuberculosis (TB)
- CMR Form for Disorders resulting in Lapse of Conciousness, Alzheimer's Disease
- General Purpose Specimen Submittal Form
For HIV/AIDS reporting guidelines please call the Yolo County HIV/AIDS Program Coordinator at (530) 666-8670 to report. Please do NOT fax HIV/AIDS reports.
During Non-Business Hours
Please call 530-321-3620 for URGENT concerns. Please be prepared to provide the dispatcher with your name, affiliation, the nature of the report or emergency and a phone number where you can be contacted by the on-call staff.
AVOID any contact with dead bats.
Contact the Rabies Control Program at Yolo County Animal Services at 530-668-5287 if you locate a downed bat. Bats can transmit rabies. Teach children to stay away from them and vaccinate dogs and cats.
Please report dead birds to the Sacramento-Yolo Vector Control District ONLINE or by calling 1-877-WNV-BIRD (968-2473).
Please report food poisoning to Yolo County Environmental Health Division.
For housing complaints within city limits, please contact the local code enforcement. Please contact the Yolo County Environmental Health Division for complaints outside of the city limits.
(916) 375-6200 x2955
The Ombudsman is available to help Yolo County residents who are having difficulty obtaining needed services within the Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA). The Ombudsman is a liaison between HHSA and the public, customer and other governmental or private agencies. Please note your services will not NOT be adversely affected in any way by filing a complaint.
To file a formal complaint, please go HERE.
Please report Welfare Fraud by completing THIS FORM.