Public Health Preparedness plans and strengthens the public health response to natural and weather related disasters, outbreaks and bio-terrorism events. Public Health Preparedness works closely with local first responders and Emergency Management to ensure a quick response to local, regional and state events. Our program offers preparedness education and training opportunities and provides support to local partners as needed.
Several key areas within Public Health Preparedness are:
If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact:
Program offers breast health services and education to women in Union County. Breast Health educational material and presentations are available through the ABC Project. Mammogram services, screening and diagnostic, are scheduled on a first come first serve basis to those women who meet the following qualifications:
If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Maria Laury, ABC Project Coordinator at 704-296-4821.
Child Care Health Consultants offer expert information, resources and referrals to local child care providers. Through onsite and telephone consultation, health education and technical assistance, CCHCs work with individual child care facilities to help create environments that best support the healthy growth and development of young children. CCHC’s partner with child care providers to:
(Information adapted from NC Child Care Health and Safety Resource Center website)
For questions, or to request technical assistance, or guidance, contact:
Child Care Health Consultant (CCHC)
Fran Hoover, RN, BSN at 704-282-5058.
Come join others and learn how to better use your parenting skills to create happy healthy homes. Sessions are taught in Spanish on Thursday evenings at 6:00 PM at scheduled locations within the community. A registration fee of $5.00 is charged. Upon completion a certificate of attendance is provided. Please call for locations and to register. All who love and care for children are welcome.
Maria Laury 704-296-4821
Gustavo Arevalo 704-226-5124
The Breastfeeding Peer Counselor Program is designed to provide mother to mother breastfeeding support and basic breastfeeding education during normal business hours and beyond to WIC Program mothers who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Union County’s breastfeeding peer counselors are bilingual and have completed the North Carolina Breastfeeding Peer Counselor Core Training.
To apply for WIC, call 704-296-4890
If you are enrolled in WIC and seeking breastfeeding support, call 704-296-4899
Public Health Director
2330 Concord Ave.
Monroe, NC 28110