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Resident Leadership Academy graduate Rose Mary Ramirez and her daughter. It’s graduation season, but one recent ceremony didn’t feature caps and gowns. These graduates completed a different kind of education – one that teaches them how to make their neighborhoods healthier and safer. Thirteen El Cajon residents graduated from the El Cajon Residential Leadership Academy […]
You might be able to save a life with hands-only CPR. In less than five minutes – at nearly 30 locations across San Diego County – you can learn hands-only CPR as part of the annual “Sidewalk CPR” day Tuesday, June 4. Hands-only CPR is cardio pulmonary resuscitation without the mouth-to-mouth breaths and is recommended […]
A staff member at Porter Elementary in the San Diego Unified School District has an infection caused by the meningococcal bacteria, according to officials with the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA). The last time the staff member was at school was March 15. HHSA has already notified people who have been […]
Camp Connect is one of the many programs where HHSA social workers volunteer. Everyday heroes are everywhere in our communities – in the form of San Diego County social workers. They are working with foster families, answering the child abuse hotline, helping children at the Polinsky Children’s Center or San Pasqual Academy and ensuring the […]
An individual at Montgomery Adult School was recently diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB) and may have exposed students and staff, the County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) reported today. HHSA is working with the Sweetwater Union High School District to notify those who were potentially exposed. The period of exposure was from October 1 through […]
September 16, 2011 County public health is holding three more pertussis Tdap clinics in the coming weeks for returning middle and high school students who still need to show proof of having received the booster, according to Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA). “The County is encouraged by the continuing decrease in […]
September 8, 2011 San Diego County public health officials are encouraged by a decline in new pertussis cases in San Diego County for the third straight week, according to the Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA). “After persistent outreach efforts to vaccinate the public for whooping cough, the region is beginning to […]
August 24, 2011 County Public Health is holding 11 Tdap vaccination clinics in the coming week for students who need proof of having the vaccine for middle and high school. Whooping cough cases in the region increased to 343 this week, but none of those involved a public exposure, the San Diego […]
August 19, 2011 More than 42,000 7th-12th graders across the county still need to provide proof they have received the pertussis booster shot or get vaccinated against the disease.
Home is where recovery begins. This is the main message of two new commercials produced by the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) which are now airing in local television and radio stations. The commercials can be viewed at HousingMattersSd.org. The two spots are part of Housing Matters, an education campaign that […]
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