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    • 14 SEP 17
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    Recovery Walk- September 30

    Cecil County’s Seventh Annual Recovery Walk and Block Party will take place Saturday, September 30, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the area next to Cecil County Circuit Court, 129 E. Main Street in Elkton. This event is sponsored by Cecil County’s Drug and Alcohol Abuse Council. The Recovery Walk and Block Party

    • 14 SEP 17
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    Low-Cost Rabies Vaccination Clinic- September 30

    Location: Cecil County Health Department 401 Bow Street, Elkton. Time: 9 – 10 a.m. Cats and Ferrets Only. 10 a.m. – noon Dogs, Cats and Ferrets. The cost is $7 per animal. Please bring exact change. Cats and ferrets must be in a pet carrier. Dogs must be on a leash. Animals must be at

    • 10 JUL 17
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    Rapid Hepatitis C Testing

    Starting July 11, 2017, the Health Department will offer free Rapid Hepatitis C testing for walk-in clients on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 1 p.m to 4 p.m. For a full list of clinic services visit: http://cecilcountyhealth.org/clinicservices/

    • 10 JUL 17
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    Community Health Advisory Committee and Task Force Schedule

    CHAC is a partnership of community organizations, government, groups, and individuals that works closely with several task forces and advisory councils to improve health in Cecil County. Meetings are held at Cecil County Health Department Auditorium, 401 Bow St., Elkton, unless otherwise noted. Click “Read more” below for a list of upcoming meetings of CHAC

    • 16 JUN 17
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    Health Dept Distributes KI at West Cecil Health Center on June 21

    Cecil County residents who live near the Peach Bottom Nuclear Generating Station will be able to stock up on Potassium Iodide (KI) tablets at the West Cecil Health Center on June 21, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Health Department staff will be on hand to distribute the tablets, which residents in the Peach Bottom

    • 16 JUN 17
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    Mental Health Core Service Agency Advisory Council Meeting June 26

    The Mental Health Core Service Agency Advisory Council guides the Core Service Agency in planning, oversight, and implementation of public mental health system services available to Cecil County residents. This meeting is open to the public. Access is provided for people with disabilities. Interpreting services are available with advance notice. Meeting agenda is attached. For

    • 16 JUN 17
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    Stop Lyme Disease in its Tracks

    Ticks are most active during warmer months. Reducing exposure to ticks is the best defense against Lyme disease and other tick borne infections. Learn more about Lyme Disease and be sure to read this Lyme Disease information for children.

    • 22 FEB 17
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    ALERT – County Agencies Warn Citizens of Recent Increase in Overdoses

    The Cecil County Sheriff’s Office and the Cecil County Departments of Emergency Services and Health have observed a significant increase in overdose events, including several fatalities, during the past few weeks. If you or someone you know uses illegal drugs, please be aware that using these potent drugs may lead to an overdose, even when

    • 22 FEB 17
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    Zika Virus Information Center

    Pregnant women should avoid travel to areas known to have Zika-infected mosquitoes, which includes all of Miami-Dade County, Florida. Zika can be transmitted through sex, so take precautions after traveling. Tell your health provider if you’ve traveled. Please click here to learn more about Zika.

    • 01 NOV 16
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    Cecil County Sets Health Improvement Plan

    The Health Department and its partners, with input from the public, have developed Cecil County’s Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) to identify and address our top public health issues. Click here to read more and access the CHNA and CHIP. For questions, contact Dan Coulter at 443-245-3767.