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We suspended most in-person services. Read our blog for details.

Kroger drive-thru testing at Tacoma Dome: June 9-10, 16-17, 23-24, 29-30, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. See if you qualify.

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    COVID-19

    What you need to know to protect your health. Learn More >

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    Meals for students.

    Find school meal distribution sites near you during the COVID-19 closures. Learn More >

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    Basic hygiene is your best defense.

    Wash your hands and cover your coughs to protect against COVID-19. Learn More >

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    Raise positive kids with Triple P.

    No matter your experiences, you can be positive for your children. Learn More >

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    Prevent chronic diseases.

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

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    Say no to norovirus!

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

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    Up your antibiotic awareness.

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

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    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 >

Skip the trip. Use our online services.

We suspended most in-person services at our office.

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Nancy Sutton

Nancy Sutton
Nancy is the Deputy Director of the Health Department.

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