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GYT - Get Yourself Tested

GYT - Get Yourself Tested

Get Tested Regularly: Many STDs don’t have symptoms, but they can still cause health problems. Getting an STD is not the end! Many STDs are curable and all are treatable. If either you or your partner...
April is STD Awareness Month

April is STD Awareness Month

STDs affect thousands of Oregonians. Several populations experience significant STD-related health disparities, including LGBTQ individuals, people of color, and youth. As the rate of syphilis in Oregon...
STDs affect thousands of Oregonians. Several populations experience significant STD-related health disparities, including LGBTQ individuals,...
Get Yourself Tested

Get Yourself Tested

CONFIDENTIAL SERVICES Available at Jackson County Public Health
CONFIDENTIAL SERVICES Available at Jackson County Public Health
Neisseria Meningitidis Cases Reported in Jackson County

Neisseria Meningitidis Cases Reported in Jackson County

An Urgent Public Health Activity Report

Jackson County Public Health is investigating one confirmed case of Neisseria meningitidis and one presumptive case at Hedrick Middle School and...
Preparing for Power Outages

Preparing for Power Outages

Losing electricity in your home temporarily (a few minutes or hours) can be annoying.  However, a power outage can be life threatening if it...

Crisis Therapist Now Embedded Within Local Police...

A crisis therapist is now embedded within the Ashland, Phoenix, and Talent police departments...

Student Loan Relief Lures Mental Health Workers to...

Saddled with $75,000 in student loans, Chy...

Jackson County Mental Health's Supported Education Program

Meet Chris Austin and find out how Jackson County's Mental Health Supported Employment program helped Chris to achieve his goals.

Helping Children, Helping Families - That's What We Do

Child Development and Rehabilitation Center Equipment Clinic now held at Jackson County Public Health.

A Little Bit About Naloxone

  Every year scores of Jackson County residents die of opioid overdoses.  Is there a way to reverse this terrible trend?

What You Should Know About Hepatitis C

Nearly 100,000 Oregonians are estimated to be carrying Hepatitis C and half are not aware of it.
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