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DOH-Leon Partners With Black-Owned Barber Shops for Minority Mental Health Month
Nicole Everett, DOH-Leon Behavioral Health Navigator, leads
discussion on mental wellness.

DOH-Leon's Community Engagement Team started the "Shop Talk" series at black-owned barber shops to bring awareness to health issues impacting Black men and boys during Minority Mental Health Month. The team has so far made four stops at barber shops, and 40 people have participated in discussions.


DOH-Clay Taskforce Helping to Reduce Infant Mortality
Lisa Rogers, DOH-Clay Community Health
Services Liaison

DOH-Clay partnered with the Clay Infant Mortality Task Force to advanced safe sleep behaviors and breastfeeding through education and outreaches. DOH-Clay participated in four drive-thru baby showers where 173 pregnant women and their support systems were educated on the A-B-Cs of Safe Sleep, protective factors of breastfeeding and Shaken Baby Syndrome prevention. Participants were encouraged to register for Healthy Start and WIC. DOH-Clay also participated in Kid’s Fest and provided education and resources on unintentional injury prevention, safe sleep and breastfeeding to more than 167 families.


DOH-Taylor Community Door-to-Door Health Campaign
Staff members from DOH-Taylor, Healthy Start Coalition,
DISC Village, Connect and Big Bend AHEC are pictured
in front of the Connect vehicle

DOH-Taylor partnered with the Healthy Start Coalition of Jefferson, Madison and Taylor on June 30th to conduct a door-to-door health campaign. Representatives from Healthy Start, Tobacco Free Taylor, Big Bend AHEC, DISC Village, heart health program, health equity program and Connect distributed over 75 bags containing valuable health information to five separate multi-unit housing complexes. Staff members were able to engage in conversations surrounding health topics while also promoting community resources to residents of each complex.


DOH-Duval Collaborated With Having Incredible Victory in the 1st Annual Removing HIV Stigma 4K Walk and Block Party Awareness Event
Volunteers with DOH-Duval Staff

Sharonda Barnes from Having Incredible Victory provided education about HIV stigma, importance of HIV testing, methods to prevent new HIV transmission by using pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), target populations affected by HIV and how, as a cis-gender African American woman, she's empowered to raise awareness to Duval County in an effort to End the HIV Epidemic. Community partners such as AGAPE, CAN Community Health, JASMYN, Overflow Health Alliance and UF Health participated and provided free HIV testing and educational materials and resources to members of the community.


Focus On

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

What's New

  • The Health Equity Profile has been updated with a new look and several CHARTS indicators have been added.
  • An enhanced Aging in Florida Profile has been released with new indicators and a focus on the population aged 65 and older.
  • 2020 data within the Human Trafficking Profile Report has been released.

Quick Facts

Estimated Births

*Since Jan 01,

96272.1538461538

Did You Know?

  • CHARTS has more than 30 County and State profile reports that provide a list of related health statistics for each county.
  • Years of Potential Life Lost (YPLL) is an estimate of premature mortality based on the number of years of life lost among persons who die before the age of 75.
  • Infant mortality rate (the number of infant deaths per 1,000 live births) is calculated by dividing the number of infant deaths by the number of live births, then multiplying by 1,000.
  • Communicable diseases are reported nationally so that they can be stopped before they become widespread.
  • FLHealthCHARTS provides data by zip code and census tract in community maps.
  • The CHARTS Social and Economic Factors Report provides data by census tracts.

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