An Excessive Heat Warning is in effect on July 23, 2014 for La Paz, Maricopa, Pinal, and Yuma Counties until July 24, 2014 at 8:00 PM. Learn more about how to stay safe in extreme heat and stay informed about future heat alerts.

Bureau of Public Health Emergency Preparedness

Help Contact

For a patient with an unusual or suspicious illness, management of suspected anthrax incidents, possible exposure to a suspicious powder, reporting of diseases, cluster outbreaks or unusual clinical presentations of infectious diseases, call your local health department below or call the Office of Infectious Disease Services at (602) 364-4562.

County Number to Call
Apache County (928) 333-0212
Cochice County (520) 432-9430
Coconino County (928) 679-7272
Gila County (928) 425-3189
Graham County (928) 428-0110
Greenlee County (928) 428-0110
La Paz County (928) 669-1100
Maricopa County (602) 747-7111
Mohave County (928) 718-4927
Navajo County (928) 241-0959
Pima County (520) 740-8315
Pinal County (800) 231-8499
Santa Cruz County  (520) 375-7901
Yavapai County (520) 375-7901
Yuma County (520) 375-7901

Drug and Poison Information Center - Statewide Hotline: (800) 222-1222

Call 911 if:

  • You recieve a suspicious package
  • If a patient brings a suspicious powder to the office. Using gloves, place it in a sealed plastic bag.