The Office of Communications, Education, and Engagement (OCEE) educates, engages, and empowers Harris County community members by providing accurate, practical, relevant information for internal and external stakeholders to make well-informed health decisions. OCEE oversees public information, government legislative affairs, event planning, and community-wide outreach and engagement.
OCEE is responsible for telling the Harris County Public Health story: a diverse narrative involving the people, places, and experiences that define Harris County. To achieve this mission, OCEE has four pillars of service:
Harris County Public HealthOffice of Communications, Education and Engagement1111 Fannin St.Houston, TX 77002
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Communications, providing up-to-date and factual information to internal and external audiences. Operates as the frontline for fulfilling media requests on behalf of the Department.
Outreach and educate Harris County community members and partners on critical public health practices and messages. Serving as a connector to HCPH events, programming, services, and referrals to safety net partners.
Engagement through community-based meetings, forums, events, focus groups, or other convenings to create a continuous feedback loop from the community at large to the Department.
Advocacy by advancing the County’s public health priorities through key policymakers, including Commissioners Court, State and Federal delegations, and other governing health agencies.
The Office of Communications, Education, and Engagement (OCEE) developed a glossary that will make it easy to choose the right brand for the job.