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  • Ways & Means Committee - Board of Commissioners - Wed 10/5
  • Board of Commissioners Meeting - Wed 10/5
  • Washtenaw County Brownfield Redevelopment Authority - Thu 10/6
  • Board of Commissioners - Working Session Meeting - Thu 10/6
  • Canceled: Washtenaw County Community Mental Health Agency-Program/Quality Committee - Mon 10/10
  • Canceled: Washtenaw County Community Mental Health Agency Budget/Finance Committee meeting - Mon 10/10
  • Hazardous Materials Response Team Authority Board - Tue 10/11
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Washtenaw County, Michigan

Continue to fight the bite!

Continue to fight the bite!

Washtenaw County Public Health has confirmed the first human case of West Nile virus in a county resident this year. In addition, a dead crow found in the county recently tested positive for the virus. West Nile is a mosquito-borne virus that can cause illness in humans, birds and other animals.

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2016 Continuum of Care Funding Application Submission

The process is intended to renew approximately $5.5 million in CoC funding, as well as apply for $278,344 in new funds.

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Are you satisfied? Let us know!

Are you satisfied? Let us know!

Washtenaw County Public Health believes in providing good customer service. We want to make sure you are treated fairly and served with compassion in a timely manner. Please take a moment and complete our brief survey to let us know how we're doing!

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Adult and Youth MHFA Classes Now Open for Registration

Attend the day long Mental Health First Aid on October 28, or the youth-focused session on December 16, 2016 and leave with a five-step action plan to help an individual in crisis connect to professional care.

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WCSO Community Education Series

WCSO Community Education Series

The WCSO just announced the next installment of our community education and engagement events, the WCSO Community Education Series. This three-part educational series consisting of six different topic areas will be facilitated/instructed by Sheriff Clayton. Each topic area will consist of a 40 minute classroom discussion followed by a question and answer period.

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