What’s New – Healthy Haywood

What’s New

TAKE THE 5-2-1-ALMOST NONE PLEDGE (CLICK HERE)

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5 servings of fruits and veggies daily, no more than 2 hours of screen time, 1 hour of physical activity and almost no sugary drinks

JOINnullUS FOR THE FIRST EVER REGIONAL RECOVERY RALLY

SEPTEMBER 19 AT THE LAKE JUNALUSKA GYM FROM 10-2

Rally For Recovery

HEALTH DATA FOR

HAYWOOD COUNTY

Haywood County’s 2013 State of the County Health Report, 2012 Community Health Assessment and 2013 Community Health Improvement Plan can be found in the ”about us” section of this website.  Hard copies of these reports may be found at the front desk of the Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency (public health desk) and at each Haywood County Public Library.

5TH ANNIVERSARY OF SMOKE-FREE DINING IN NC

Check out the amazing benefits of this great law with a smoke-free graphic. 

  NEXT HEALTHY HAYWOOD MEETING:

The next meeting will be held on August 13 at the Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency (formerly the health department).  The meeting will be at 2 p.m. in the environmental health conference roomnull 

   COMMUNITY MEMBERS ARE WELCOME! 

PRESCRIPTION DROP BOX LOCATIONS

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An Underage Drinking and Drug Use Hot Line is available in Haywood County (click bold text for flyer).  The hotline is designed to put students in touch with help whenever they are concerned about friends involved in underage drinking or drug use. Remember: If you are worried about a friend, be A PAL and call the hotline: (828) 356-A.PAL. That’s 356-2725.

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WANT TO BE ON A MONTHLY E-MAIL LIST?

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mhauser@haywoodnc.net

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HEALTH “TIPS AND OPPS”

Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency does not discriminate based on age, race, color, religion, or national origin.