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The Jefferson County Health Department will use our News Posts to notify our county’s citizens of health updates that impact them. Browse our posts below, and be sure to sign up for Alerts to receive these notifications by email!

Walk-In Clinics for School Shots

Jefferson County Health Department will be administering vaccines at our office on two Thursdays in May - the 17th and the 24th - from 1:00-7:00pm. No appointment needed, just walk in! West Virginia requires that all 7th-graders show proof of Tdap and meningococcal...

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Job Opening: Sanitarian I

We are currently accepting applications for a Sanitarian I position. Education/Training: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university. Applicants with a major in Public Health, Environmental Health, Environmental Science, Chemistry, Biology, Physical...

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SBIRT Training

Healthcare Advocates for Recovery, Inc. (HART) would like to invite you to attend an SBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment) Training Workshop in May. WHAT IS SBIRT? SBIRT is an evidence-based approach to identifying people who use alcohol and...

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Hazard Mitigation Plan Survey

Jefferson County is in the process of updating its Hazard Mitigation Plan. We would like your input about mitigation projects that the Health Department would participate in. Would you support risk reduction from a variety of hazards in your community? Tell us!...

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Harm Reduction Discussion 3-28-18

Harm Reduction Community Discussion with Family Support Wednesday, March 38, 2018 6:30pm North Jefferson Elementary School 6996 Charles Town Road, Kearneysville Has injection drug use hurt your neighbors, friends, or family? Have you seen too much death and disease...

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Harm Reduction Community Discussion

Has Injection Drug Use Hurt Your Neighbors, Friends, or Family?  Have You Seen Too Much Death And Disease Related To Injection Drug Use? Would You Like to Help Develop Strategies to Reduce Harm and Improve the Well Being of Our Community? The Jefferson County Health...

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Naloxone Training December 13

On Wednesday, December 13, 2017 we will be hosting a free naloxone training event at 6:00pm.  All participants will be trained to administer this life-saving medication in the event of an opioid overdose and will receive a free naloxone rescue kit. Please register on...

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