2016 Monmouth County Community Health Assessment
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Free Skin Cancer Screenings/Education at the Beach
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Free Rabies Clinic Information
Click here for information on the Freehold Township Free Rabies Clinic and licensing to be held on January 21, 2017 from 8am -11am at Michael J. Tighe Park.
Click here for more information on Free Rabies clinics in the surrounding towns
Health Source Newsletter
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Important Health News
Why Don’t We Do It In Our Sleeves
(Informative Video on the spread of germs) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtnEwvUWDo0
Influenza Fact Sheet http://www.cdc.gov/flu/pdf/freeresources/updated/everyday_preventive.pdf
Mosquitos-Pest Proof your Property - Click here
Skin Cancer Risk Factors - Click here
Sun Safety Fact Sheet - Click here
For 40 Years, WIC has supported families by helping them give their children a healthy start.
New Jersey WIC Services provides supplemental nutritious foods to pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and children up to the age of five. To learn more about WIC click here!
Public Service Announcements (PSAs) featuring Health Commissioner Mary E. O'Dowd.
These audio PSAs provide information on mold education and encourage volunteers, contractors, and homeowners doing recovery work to protect their health by wearing protective gear such as gloves, boots and goggles. Click here to listen to the PSA
Approved Food Protection Certification Courses
Towns Share Emergency Notification System
Freehold Township and Freehold Borough officials jointly announce the release of the Everbridge Aware for Citizen Alerts, an emergency notification system provided by Everbridge. The system will allow officials to communicate with thousands of residents and businesses in minutes during an emergency.
Please don't feed the animals!
Wild animals often become a nuisance when fed. They may lose their fear of humans and increase the risk of exposure to disease through animal bites and droppings left by the animal. You may believe that feeding them is helping them in some way, but in fact the opposite is true. We would like to remind all residents that it is prohibited by township ordinance to feed wildlife, including but not limited to deer, waterfowl and feral cats.
One dose of the influenza vaccine before December 31st of the year is a requirement for all children 6-59 months attending any licensed child care facility or pre-school. It’s especially important that young children and children with long term health conditions get vaccinated.To protect against the flu, the first and most important thing you can do is to get a flu vaccine for yourself and your child. Have a safe and healthy New Year!