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Public Health Week 2016 is upon us! During the first week of April each year, health departments around the country celebrate how public health works to prevent, promote and protect the health of the community. Public Health is working with community partners to “make the U.S. the healthiest nation in one generation – by 2030”!


April is Alcohol Awareness Month, sponsored by the National Council of Alcohol and Drug Dependence (NCADD). This year’s theme is “Talk Early, Talk Often: Parents Can Make a Difference in Teen Alcohol Use”. Alcohol is the most commonly used addictive substance in our country. Are you talking to your children about the dangers of teen alcohol use? Are you doing what you can to be part of the solution? You can learn more at


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