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Important Notification

COVID-19 Guidance for Faith-Based Communities during this weeks observances.

Stay Safe!

Effective 3/24/2020: Gila County Board of Supervisors Declares State of Emergency for COVID-19 Pandemic, and Gila County Health & Emergency Management has activated the Health Emergency Operations Center. See Official COVID-19 PSA

Gila County Public Health Emergency Preparedness program is actively monitoring the Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

As of April 5, 2020 there are 3 confirmed cases in Gila County. Please monitor this page for future updates. Click below to stay up-to-date on ADHS’ 2020 news releases.

Frequently Asked Questions: COVID-19

Stay Safe and Informed During Emergencies

Gila County has partnered with mass notifications provider Everbridge to provide immediate alerts of hazards and emergencies in your specific area. Be informed of all late-breaking events with any combination of voice, email, or text message. Click here to sign up with Everbridge.

Opioid Awareness

Almost 36 percent of all U.S. opioid overdose deaths involve a prescription opioid. Overdose deaths involving prescription opioids have increase by about 5 times since 1999. From 1999 to 2017, more than 200,000 people died from overdoses related to prescription opioids, with more than 17,000 overdose deaths involving prescription opioids occurring in 2017.

Whether you are a healthcare provider, first responder, law enforcement officer, public health official, or community member, the opioid epidemic is likely affecting you and your community. No matter who you are, you can take action to end the opioid overdose epidemic ravaging the United States. We all have a role to play on the frontlines of this fight—it starts with addressing prescription opioid misuse, abuse, and overdose.

  • Learn moreabout prescription opioids so you can help those at risk for opioid use disorder and overdose in your community.
  • Help those struggling with addictionfind the right care and treatment. Anyone who takes prescription opioids can become addicted and help is available if you or someone you know is battling opioid use disorder.
  • Spread the wordand increase awareness in your community about the risk and dangers of prescription opioids.

Get Involved in Your Community

Gila County’s CERTs (Community Emergency Response Teams) are an indispensible component of our emergency response efforts. For Northern Gila County (Payson, Pine-Strawberry, Star Valley, etc.), contact

For Southern Gila County (Globe, Miami, Hayden, Winkelman, Tonto Basin, Roosevelt, Top of the World, Central Heights, and Claypool), contact