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Free NARCAN Training Offered to Salem County Residents

November 27, 2017 from 6 - 8 PM A free community training session on the use of NARCAN to save a life from drug overdose is being offered by the Salem County Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Drug and Alcohol Services. The free training will be held...

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Meditation Garden at Salem County Recreation Park

The Salem County Department of Health and Human Services announces the addition of  a meditation garden at Salem County Recreation Park in Oldmans Township. The meditation garden is located in a quiet area of the park just off of the walking path. Beautiful redwood...

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Move Yourself! Salem County with Chair Yoga and Indoor Walks

November 2017 The Move Yourself! Salem County outdoor walk and indoor exercise program sets its November 2017 dates. The outdoor walk-n-talks will take place every Tuesday at 10 AM in various parks throughout the county. The indoor exercises - tai chi and chair yoga...

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Knock Out Opioid Abuse Dat Set For October 6th

On October 6th, more than 7,000 door hangers will be distributed to Salem County households as part of “Knock Out Opioid Abuse Day.” The Salem County Office of Alcohol and Drug Services is working with Municipal Alliance partners, 10 school districts, and volunteers...

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Salem County’s 13th Annual Disability Awareness Day

Date & Time: October 19th, 2017 from 10 am - 2 pm Location: Riverview Inn, Pennsville, NJ To Register for this FREE event: Call the Salem County Office on Aging and Disabilities at 856-339-8622 Seating is limited. Please RSVP by October 10th. Luncheon seating at Noon...

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SC Health Department Gives Out Over 1,000 Deterra Pouches

From March to mid August, the Salem County Department of Health and Human Services had distributed more than 1,000 Deterra drug deactivation bags to Salem County residents. The Department’s Division of Alcohol and Drug Services oversees the giveaway of pouches at...

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County Offers Technology Dependence Workshop

A free, cutting-edge program that provides information on the potential negative impact of technology on the brain and behavior is being offered by the Salem County Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Drug and Alcohol Services – Municipal Alliance...

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Contact Us

Salem County Health Dept.
110 Fifth Street • Suite 500
Salem, NJ 08079

856.935.7510 (Phone)
856.935.8483 (Fax)
Report An Immediately Reportable Disease: 856-935-7510 ext. 8302

After Hours Contact

856.769.1955

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