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Salem County Offers Free “Hands-Only CPR Classes”

The Salem County Department of Health & Human Services is offering free classes in March for Salem County Residents to learn “hands-only CPR,” a method of providing CPR without mouth-to-mouth breaths during a cardiac emergency. The 30-minute classes will be led by...

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County Officials to Hold Town Hall Meeting

Bob Vanderslice, Freeholder Director, announced a Town Hall Meeting with residents will be held in Carney’s Point on Wednesday, February 22, 6:00 PM at the Salem Community College Davidow Hall Performing Arts Theater.  “I want to enhance transparency and...

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Free NARCAN Training Offered to Salem County Residents

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 on March 9 from 6 p.m. until 8...

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Notice: Road Closure

Atlantic City Electric has notified SCOEM that Route 540 from Pointers Auburn Road to Bypass Road will be closed for traffic in Mannington Township on February 7, 2017 through February 24, 2017. This closure is need for construction work on their transmission system....

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County’s Free Rabies Clinics Start This Weekend

Salem County will begin its 2017 rabies clinics this month with Alloway and Salem scheduled for this Saturday, January 21, and Elsinboro and Pilesgrove slated for January 28. Rabies shots are free for pets of New Jersey residents. Each year, the Salem County...

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2017 Free Rabies Clinic Schedule

For more information on the Free Rabies Clinics, please visit the Rabies & Zoonosis Control page on the Health & Human Services Dept. website - http://health.salemcountynj.gov/environmental/rabies-zoonosis-control/ 2017 Schedule   Note: All clinics are on...

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County Distributes Prescription Drug Deactivation Pouches

As part of a drug abuse prevention program spearheaded by Inspira Health Network, the Salem County Department of Health and Human Services will distribute Deterra pouches to the public to safely and quickly deactivate prescription drugs for disposal. Each  6” x 9”...

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