Through regulatory enforcement, policy development, and coalition building the Everett Health Department’s mission is to prevent disease and injury, promote wellness, and protect the personal, community, and environmental health of all Everett residents.
The Health Department provides superior quality inspection, community health, and disease prevention services, while promoting healthy lifestyles and the achievement of optimum health for the residents of Everett.
COVID Info Line:
Everett, MA 02149
Monday and Thursday, 8am – 7:30pm
Tuesday – Wednesday, 8am – 5pm
Health Insurance JCCHE
The Joint Committee for Children’s Health Care in Everett will assist individuals and families obtain health insurance. Apply for health insurance on your own or with the help of one of our Navigators at our site located in Everett City Hall.
Substance Use Disorder
Providing collaboration with community partners with education, prevention, and treatment strategies to assist in current substance use disorder epidemic.
National Institute on Drug Abuse for Teachers (This quiz is a fun way to test teens’ drug and alcohol knowledge and helps provide the facts.)
Healthcare for All
Health and Homeland Alert Network
Massachusetts Department of Public Health
Massachusetts Public Health Association
Massmen Home Page
Massmen Help Page
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you can apply for a 30 day temporary permit for $25 or you can apply for a yearly permit with a cost of $65. Permits are available in the Health Department. Health Department Page
Yes. Food permits are good for 1 year and expire on May 31. Fees for Food is $100, Milk and Cream is $25, Catering is $100 and Mobile Food Vendor is $100.
Food Permits are issued by Inspectional Services Division (ISD) 617-394-2220
All locations handling and or processing any food are required in the state of Massachusetts to have a Serve Safe and an Allergen Awareness Certificate.
Yes, as long as you have received your Tobacco License from the state, a permit can be issued from the City to sell tobacco. Permit applications are available in the Health Department. The Health Department also has the application to apply for your tobacco license with the state. Health Department Page
Yes, flu clinics are held throughout the flu season. For more information please call the Flu Hotline at 617-394-2257. The Flu Hotline is updated each Monday when new information is available.
Yes, depending on your health insurance status. Vaccines are given to children under the age of 19. Please call the Public Health Nurse for more information.
Yes, blood pressure clinics are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month from 9-11 a.m. For more information please call the Public Health Nurse at 617-394-2314.