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DOH-Volusia Helped the Community Get Ready to Go Back-To-School
Ryan Miles, Maria Villanueva, Alma Nava and Maggie Benko get ready to assist families in the vaccination area

DOH-Volusia collaborated with the Environmental Health, Nutrition, Dental and Clinic programs to host Back-to-School events providing information, stress balls, pencils, lunch bags, shot records and vaccinations to students. Over 700 students attended the event. Environmental health specialists provided information regarding water and swimming pool safety. Nutritionists provided information on healthy lunch options, how to avoid sugary drinks and snacks, and distributed MyPlate cutting boards to attendees. Dental hygienists informed parents about their pediatric dental services and school-based sealant program. Clinic staff also provided vaccinations and assisted many families with shot records.

DOH-Santa Rosa hosts #TeamBreastfeeding Trivia Night
Gift bag table at the #TeamBreastfeeding Trivia Night at the Bagdad Community Center

In celebration of World Breastfeeding Week, the DOH-Santa Rosa WIC breastfeeding support team hosted #TeamBreastfeeding Trivia Nights to unite breastfeeding moms in Santa Rosa County. This year’s theme was Enabling Breastfeeding: Making a Difference for Working Parents. The event, hosted by DOH-Santa Rosa members Lis Jordan and Mallorie Lehman, educated moms on navigating the beauties and challenges of their breastfeeding journeys in a fun, interactive way. Attendees received gift bags, breastfeeding resources, and participated in breastfeeding-themed trivia games.

DOH-Duval Overdose Prevention Outreach
Suman Sahani and Kelsey Spangle from DOH-Duval’s OD2A Program

On August 19, DOH-Duval’s Overdose Data to Action (OD2A) program participated in the unveiling of Hearts for Mind’s latest Murals with Meaning project. The mural aims to spread awareness about substance misuse and mental health and includes a QR code linking individuals to community resources. At the event, DOH-Duval’s OD2A program distributed 2,500 fentanyl test strips, 25 Naloxone kits, and provided educational resources to the local community. The new fentanyl test strips provide important information about the presence of fentanyl in drugs and can help save lives.

DOH-Pasco Celebrates World Breastfeeding Month at the Latch Con 2023 Event
Batman, Darth Vader and a Cute Teddy Bear made an appearance

DOH-Pasco, in collaboration with the Florida West Coast Breastfeeding Taskforce, celebrated World Breastfeeding Month during the "Latch Con 2023" event in Spring Hill. The event embraced a theme reminiscent of a "comic" convention, where attendees showed off their superhero ensembles while being educated on breastfeeding. There were over 300 attendees who enjoyed vendors, food trucks and while receiving information on breastfeeding.

Focus On

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defines mental health as our emotional, psychological and social well-being.

What's New

  • 2022 Agency for Healthcare Administration hospital bed data was released.
  • 2022 school year data on the ratio of students to school nurses (Pre-K - 12th) was released.
  • All query systems now have updated with a new, refreshed look.
  • 2022 homeless estimate data has been released.

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*Since Jan 01,


Did You Know?

  • Florida is one of the first states in the nation to release its Vital Statistics data, providing access to current birth and death health statistics.
  • Most CHARTS reports can be exported to Excel. Look for the Excel graphic in the CHARTS report pages.
  • Vital statistics data on CHARTS comes from official records filed with the Bureau of Vital Statistics for birth, death, fetal death, marriage and marriage dissolution.
  • ZIP code and census-tract data is available through the Community Tools section of CHARTS

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