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    Prevent chronic diseases.

    The role community health workers play to connect you to resources. Learn More >

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    Should your child stay home sick?

    Our handy guide can help you decide whether your child is too sick for school. Learn More >

  • Symptoms of Hep A: Fatigue, fever; Nausea, stomach pain, vomiting, no appetite, dark pee, pale poop, & diarrhea.

    Concerned about hepatitis A?

    The virus can spread easily and cause severe liver disease. You can take steps to prevent it. Learn More >

  • The Vital Records Office with self-serve kiosks and instructional signage.

    New Year, new fees.

    Many of our fees changed Jan. 1. Make sure you’re up to date with our new web-based fee schedule. Learn More >

  • A woman and a man sit together on a bench smiling while they eat grapes.

    Say no to norovirus!

    It’s more common this time of year and spreads easily. But you can prevent it. Learn More >

  • A gloved hand injects a syringe into a person's shoulder.

    It's time to get your flu shot.

    Last flu season in Pierce County, 42 people died and 671 had hospital stays. Protect yourself and others with a flu shot. Learn More >

  • Doctor converses with man and woman in exam room

    Up your antibiotic awareness.

    Know when antibiotics are the right tool for the job. Learn More >

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    Know the facts about vaping.

    There's an outbreak of deaths and illnesses related to vaping. Help stop the harmful message that it's a safe alternative to smoking. Learn More >

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    Achieve true sexual health.

    The first thing that usually comes to mind with sexual health is STDs. But that's not close to the full story. Learn More >

  • A collage of photos that represent people of many backgrounds

    Begin the journey to recovery today.

    Opioid use disorder affects people from all backgrounds. Meds First offers the right treatment at the right time and right place. Learn More >

Positive relationships lead to happy children and strong adults.

The Positive Parenting Program—or Triple P—is a great way to learn new tips and get advice to build positive relationships with your children.

Learn More >
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Health Promotion Coordinator Elizabeth Allen
Elizabeth leads our behavioral health efforts to promote better mental well-being.

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