The next meeting of Suffolk County Department of Health Services’ Substance Use Disorders Subcommittee of the Community Mental Hygiene Advisory Board is scheduled for Thursday, March 2, 2017.
The Department of Health Services will conduct enhanced rabies surveillance in northern parts of the Town of Brookhaven following the confirmation of rabies in a deceased river otter collected from Sound Beach by wildlife specialists in December 2016.
Suffolk County Health Commissioner Dr. James Tomarken encourages residents who use tobacco to obtain help in breaking their addiction by signing up for Suffolk County’s “Learn to Be …Tobacco Free” program.
Commissioner of Health Services, Dr. James Tomarken invites mature residents to attend the county’s national award-winning program focused on falls prevention.
County Executive Steve Bellone and Dr. James Tomarken, Commissioner of Health, are encouraging residents to take advantage of scheduled Opioid Overdose Prevention Program-Narcan Training Classes.
Health officials urge exposed individuals to monitor for symptoms
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The next meeting of the Mental Health Subcommittee of the Community Mental Hygiene Advisory Board will be on February 1, 2017.
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