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PREPARING DALLAS COUNTY

Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) is hard at work preparing and educating the public, cities, hospitals, first responders, schools, faith-based organizations, service organizations, and service providers regarding the potential impact of an influenza pandemic. Should a pandemic happen, DCHHS will quickly identify the pandemic flu strain in people, track its spread in the community and make recommendations to control its spread. DCHHS encourages everyone to take personal responsibility by developing a preparedness plan for their home and workplace.

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Administration
Adult Immunization/Foreign Travel Division
STD/HIV Epidemiology Division
Childhood Immunization Clinic
Communicable Disease Division
Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program (CEAP)
Dallas County Housing Agency
Environmental Health Division
HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program
HIV Testing & Counseling Clinic
Home Loan Counseling Program
Older Adult Services Program
Preventive Health Division
Public Health Preparedness Division
Ryan White Division
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Clinic
Tuberculosis Division
Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)
Welfare Program
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  • Many of us have had the immense blessing of caring for an elderly parent. If you haven’t, try giving them some of your time. Older adults are a vital part of our community.

  • An emergency can happen at any moment, and every community in the U.S. must be ready to respond. Program Planner Dr. Julie Martellini discusses preparedness and WNV prevention at the Dallas CERT Training. Protect your family this summer by wearing EPA approved insect repellent.

  • Larvicides help control mosquitoes outside your home. They work by killing mosquito larvae & pupae before they can grow into biting adults. When used according to product label instructions, larvicides do not harm people, pets, or the environment.. http://ow.ly/PV6930jZMgg

  • Sachse picks up insect repellent from DCHHS ! Remember, the risk of mosquito-borne disease transmission begins during the month of May. Are you protecting your family from WNV? http://ow.ly/27Eh30jXv8P

  • Older adults are more vulnerable to illness after being bitten by a mosquito carrying West Nile virus. Today, DCHHS discussed WNV prevention and gave out insect repellent at Sunshine Senior Center. Download DCHHS' prevention materials today at http://ow.ly/fDz730jZL2M

  • The City of Duncanville has picked up mosquito repellent from DCHHS ! Most bites will heal within one to two weeks of appearing and should not cause any long-term problems; however if the mosquito is infected with WNV it could severely impact your health. Protect yourself against WNV by wearing insect repellent . http://ow.ly/ZcGw30jXuYr

  • Mosquito season is here ! Remember to use an EPA insect repellent when outdoors. Download our materials to share at http://ow.ly/GiLe30jXuFu

  • What can I do to protect myself from West Nile virus? Remember the Best Offense is a Good Defense. http://ow.ly/DJCA30jXuAX

  • This months Edition of DCHHS' Newsletter, Public Health Preparedness Update, is now available online at http://ow.ly/GcKi30jXuly

  • DCHHS' Community Farm Stand is Open Today ! Nourish your body with the right nutrients and find fresh, high-quality fruits and vegetables at DCHHS' Farm Stand 2377 Stemmons Fwy Dallas TX 10-1 http://ow.ly/lSWq30jVPLe

  • ‪Stop by DCHHS' Health and Wellness Fair ! The event is still open ! Our Zumba exercise class begins at 1 pm ow.ly/U2MO30jDKEP‬

  • Feria de Salud y Bienestar de DCHHS 10-2 http://ow.ly/U2MO30jDKEP

  • Got foot problems? Talk to a Podiatrist at DCHHS' Annual Health and Wellness Fair May 9th 10-2 http://ow.ly/U2MO30jDKEP

  • This months Edition of DCHHS' Newsletter, Public Health Preparedness Update, is now available online at http://ow.ly/aP3I30jTIU1

  • Research suggests that seniors who are socially engaged also are healthier, mentally and physically. That’s why DCHHS is committed to supporting older adults with services they need to continue to engage in their communities. Learn more at http://ow.ly/RaCJ30jSdyZ

  • Mosquitoes become infected when they feed on infected birds. Infected mosquitoes then spread West Nile virus to people and other animals by biting them. Get the facts at http://ow.ly/uJMH30jMwyt

  • ‪Hosting a #CincoDeMayo fiesta? Remember to wash your hands before and after preparing food #food-safety

  • ‪Join DCHHS to celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Senter Rec Center ! Today we are giving free immunizations, flu shots and sharing emergency preparedness information

  • Taste paradise! Learn about healthier spice options such as salt free blends with no msg or gmo at DCHHS' Annual Health Fair. Step outside of your comfort zone and take your health into your hands ! http://ow.ly/iSeV30jDKMW

  • West Nile virus is most commonly spread to people by the bite of an infected mosquito. Download DCHHS prevention materials to learn more http://ow.ly/uJMH30jMwyt

  • Use Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-registered insect repellents with deet. When used as directed, EPA-registered insect repellents are proven safe and effective, even for pregnant and breastfeeding women.

  • The most effective way to avoid West Nile virus disease is to prevent mosquito bites. Be aware of the West Nile virus activity in your area and take action to protect yourself and your family.

  • Taste paradise! Learn about healthier spice options such as salt free blends with no msg or gmo at DCHHS' Annual Health Fair. Step outside of your comfort zone and take your health into your hands ! http://ow.ly/iSeV30jDKMW

  • Engage at every age: You are never too old (or too young) to participate in activities that can enrich your physical, mental, and emotional well-being /www.dallascounty.org/department/hhs/news/HomePageNews/2018/OlderAmericansMonth2018.php …

  • DCHHS's Health and Wellness Fair begins May 9 from 10-2 a.m. ! Are you at risk for heart disease or stroke? Take charge of your Life and find out. Wellness Diagnostic First will be conducting Cardiovascular Screening. Sign up information at http://ow.ly/iSeV30jDKMW