The Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) Program is part of Fort Bend County Health & Human Services and coordinates emergency planning and program development within the county. PHEP works with local and state officials, local partners, and private partners to develop workable solutions to protect the public health of Fort Bend County residents from the impact of natural or man-made disasters. It is PHEP’s mission to improve county response capabilities through-all hazards planning, disease surveillance and epidemiology, public information, and community development.
Health & Human Services is Fort Bend County’s principal agency for protecting the health of county residents and providing essential human services, especially for those who are least able to help themselves. Learn more about Fort Bend County Health & Human Services by visiting the website www.fbchhs.org
The Department includes seven subordinate departments, covering a wide spectrum of activities.
Links to other Fort Bend County Health & Human Services departments and programs: