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Making a Visible Difference in Norfolk: Children’s Health and the Environment
Please join us for an educational presentation to discuss children’s environmental health in Norfolk at the Slover Library on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 from 1:00pm – 3:30pm. It’s free and refreshments will be provided, but registration is required.

PLEASE SEE THIS IMPORTANT OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED TIME REGARDING FREE OPIOID OVERDOSE PREVENTION TRAINING AND MEDICATION, NALOXONE (NARCAN NASAL SPRAY) FOR ELIGIBLE NORFOLK RESIDENTS BEGINNING MAY 17 through July 2017 AS SUPPLIES LAST.


NORFOLK PUBLIC HEALTH LITTLE CREEK CLINICS AND WIC SERVICES WILL TEMPORARILY CLOSE FOR RENOVATIONS

Celebrating our Milestones

Celebrating our Milestones
The Norfolk Department of Public Health recently held a meeting with our community partners and residents to celebrate the hard work that resulted in developing our Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP.) At the meeting, we discussed and prioritized goals, strategies and how to move these plans into action. Please see the action plans to address:
The CHIP process will require us all to continue working together to help improve the health of our community to help make this plan a success. 

Tell me more about the health issues identified through MAPP

   

Contact Us
Demetria Lindsay, MD
Demetria Lindsay, MD
Director 

Norfolk Health District
830 Southampton Ave.
Suite 200
Norfolk, VA 23510
Ph: 757-683-2800
Email NHD

Environmental Health Complaints or Concerns
Ph: 757-683-2824
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