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First West Nile Virus (WNV) positive mosquitoes detected in Pinal County this Monsoon Season.

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August is National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM), and we're highlighting the importance of getting recommended vaccines throughout your life. Talk to your doctor, nurse or healthcare professional to ensure you and your family are protected against serious diseases.

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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update: The vaccine for Monkeypox is not available to the general public. It is in extremely small quantities and is being used for post-exposure prophylaxis in certain cases only. If you feel that you have been exposed, please contact our Infectious Disease Epidemiology Surveillance Division at 520-866-7281 or [email protected]

August is World Breastfeeding Month! WIC will be holding a free open house at Pinal County Public Health Clinics in Apache Junction, Casa Grande, Coolidge, and San Tan Valley. Join us for all things breastfeeding, peer counseling, breastfeeding supplies, latch consultations, & community resources.

Be ready for the new school year by making sure your child is up to date on immunizations. It’s an important part of protecting yourself and those you love from infectious diseases. Make an appointment at a Public Health clinic by calling 1-866-960-0633.

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Important information on food safety for power outages❗

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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Formula Shortage | The current and ongoing infant formula shortage has been caused by several factors, including the recent formula recall and continued supply chain issues. If you or a family member are struggling to find infant formula, please click here for tips from Pinal County Public Health.

Amid this trying time for many parents and caregivers needing formula for infants, ADHS is also offering resources at to help connect with critical information. The resource provides the most updated guidance on formula alternatives and substitutes, as well as an FAQ specifically for families receiving nutrition assistance through the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program.

Heat is the number one weather-related cause of death in Arizona and across the country. Learn how to recognize, prevent, and treat heat-related illnesses. Click the image for more information.
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Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence (ACESDV) has statewide funding available for survivors with pets for costs associated with accessing safety, security, and healing through the Survivor Emergency Relief Fund (SERF).

For survivors and advocates requesting Survivor Emergency Relief Funds, please contact the Arizona Sexual and Domestic Violence Helpline:

SMS text 520-720-3383

Our Mission
Working to promote, protect, and improve health and well-being for all in our community
Our Vision
A healthy Pinal County with thriving, connected, and resilient communities where everyone has the opportunity to reach their full potential

Tascha Spears
Ph.D., M.Sc.,RN

Public Health Director
Marguerite Galindo DNP, FNP, RN

Medical Director
J. Burr Ross, MD

Tuberculosis Officer
Public Health
P.O. Box 2945
971 N. Jason Lopez Circle
Building D
Florence, AZ 85132

Office: 866.960.0633
Fax:    520.866.7358

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