The website – www.NJ.gov/ConnectingNJ – centralizes information and referrals to state and local wellness services, including healthcare for mothers and children, early education programs, domestic violence support, addiction treatment, financial and housing assistance, home visiting programs, behavioral health services, and more.
The Department of Health is working with many other state,...
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Public Health Public Health New Jersey's local and county health departments are community-based public health service and a first point of contact for questions about public health services or health conditions. Animal Welfare Birth Defects Registry Cancer Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Chronic Disease Communicable Disease Early Intervention
Limiting the spread of influenza in New Jersey during the annual flu season is a high priority for the Communicable Disease Service. We monitor flu activity throughout the state, maintain information on vaccine availability, and offer prevention guidelines for use in home, workplace, and healthcare settings. Learn more
Along with the response to this once-in-a century health emergency, the Department of Health under her leadership works to protect and improve the health of New Jersey residents. The Department’s priorities include reducing health disparities, improving maternal health, addressing the overdose epidemic and increasing access to health care.
New Jersey is one of 25 states funded by the CDC to bring together its health and environmental agencies to participate in the national Environmental Public Health Tracking Program. Follow the New Jersey Department of Health on Twitter @njdeptofhealth, Facebook /njdeptofhealth, Instagram @njdeptofhealth and LinkedIn /company/njdeptofhealth.
New Jersey is home to over 2,000 licensed hospitals, nursing homes, and medical care facilities. The New Jersey Department of Health works to ensure that citizens receive appropriate levels of care in every regulated facility.
The mission of the Ewing Township Health Department is to protect public health, promote individual well-being & prevent diseases. Essential Services Prevent epidemics and the spread of disease Protect against environmental hazards Prevent injuries Promote and encourage healthy behaviors Respond to disasters and assists communities in recovery
The role of a local health department is to protect and promote the public's health. Although a daily factor in all our lives, public health is one of the least visible and least understood of all public functions.
14. Treasury: Revenues Track Closely to Targets, Despite May Dip Due to Shift in Last Year's Income Tax Filing Deadline. (TRENTON) — The Department of the Treasury reported that May revenue collections for the major taxes totaled $3.282 billion, down $2.072 billion, or 38.7 percent, below last May. This dip was expected due to the fact that ...