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Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Local Health Jurisdiction Data

Local Health Jurisdiction (LHJ) Data Summaries, 2007

This section contains STD data summaries by local health jurisdiction (LHJ), as well as by the entire state.  Data are broken down by:  1) disease, gender, and age group; 2) disease, gender, and race/ethnicity; and 3) disease and gender over time.  Click here to return to the main STD data page.

Prior versions of these STD data summaries can be requested from the STD Control Branch Epidemiology Unit at stdepi@cdph.ca.gov or 510-620-3400.  For more information about STDs, please visit the STD Control Branch program page

Select the Local Health Jurisdiction in the following table to obtain LHJ-specific summary data:

Alameda (PDF) Alpine (PDF) Amador (PDF) Berkeley City (PDF)
Butte (PDF) Calaveras (PDF) Colusa (PDF) Contra Costa (PDF)
Del Norte (PDF) El Dorado (PDF) Fresno (PDF) Glenn (PDF)
Humboldt (PDF) Imperial (PDF) Inyo (PDF) Kern (PDF)
Kings (PDF) Lake (PDF) Lassen (PDF) Long Beach City (PDF)
Los Angeles (PDF) Madera (PDF) Marin (PDF) Marisposa (PDF)
Mendocino (PDF) Merced (PDF) Modoc (PDF) Mono (PDF)
Monterey (PDF) Napa (PDF) Nevada (PDF) Orange (PDF)
Pasadena City (PDF) Placer (PDF) Plumas (PDF) Riverside (PDF)
Sacramento (PDF) San Benito (PDF) San Bernardino (PDF) San Diego (PDF)
San Francisco (PDF) San Joaquin (PDF) San Luis Obispo (PDF) San Mateo (PDF)
Santa Barbara (PDF) Santa Clara (PDF) Santa Cruz (PDF) Shasta (PDF)
Sierra (PDF) Siskiyou (PDF) Solano (PDF) Sonoma (PDF)
Stanislaus (PDF) Sutter (PDF) Tehama (PDF) Trinity (PDF)
Tulare (PDF) Tuolumne (PDF) Ventura (PDF) Yolo (PDF)
Yuba (PDF)

Birth Tables for Teens and Young Adults

Birth rates for teens and young adults, by local health jurisdiction and race/ethnicity: