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Welcome to the Migrant Labor Camp Program

Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County Environmental Public Health Program

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Hepatitis A Fact Sheet

English PDF: Hepatitis A virus is a vaccine-preventable form of infectious hepatitis.

Spanish PDF: El virus de la hepatitis A (VHA) es una forma de hepatitis infecciosa que se puede prevenir con una vacuna.


Migrant Farmworker Housing

Health Issues

The objective of this program is to reduce the risk of communicable disease transmission and injury among migrant farm workers by establishing comprehensive and uniform procedures for permitting and inspecting migrant housing. Brochures providing an overview of the program have been produced in English (823kb, PDF)  and Spanish (552kb, PDF). The text from the Spanish Language Version is also available.

For more information please visit: Florida Department of Health – Migrant Farmworker Housing.

Inspection Reports and Data

Migrant Housing InspectionThe Florida Department of Health Maintains
Inspection Reports and Data.

  • Forms
  • Permit & Service Fee’s
  • Statutes & Administrative Codes
  • Helpful Links
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Visit DOH-St. Johns Environmental Health

Application for a Migrant Labor Camp or Residential Migrant Housing Permit 

Forms are also available for pick-up at our Service Center.

Contact Information

Contact DOH-St. Johns Environmental Health

Apply for a Permit

Migrant Labor Camps and Residential Migrant Housing need a permit prior to opening. For assistance and guidance in obtaining a permit, contact DOH–St. Johns Environmental Health. A Migrant Farmworker Housing Guideline Document  is available to provide basic knowledge of the rules and regulations applying to Migrant Labor Camps and Residential Migrant Housing.

Sanitation and health standards relating to construction, operation, and maintenance of migrant labor camps and residential migrant housing can be found in the following Florida Statutes and Administrative codes:

For more information on Permit & Service Fee’s call this Service Center.

To view the related Florida Statutes & Administrative Codes, please visit:

Hard copies are also available for review at this Service Center.

Note: This page contains materials in the Portable Document Format (PDF). The free Adobe Reader may be required to view these files.