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2015 Community Health Assessment

The Henderson County Department of Public Health has released the 2015 Community Health Assessment (CHA). More...

If you would like to volunteer to serve on one of the action teams that will develop action plans and strategies to address the four selected health priorities, contact Stacy Taylor at 828-694-6063.

Read the Public Health Times-News column: Join the team for the health of the community.

Henderson County Immunization Coalition and Whit’s Frozen Custard partner to promote immunizations for children

Through April 23, the Henderson County Immunization Coalition and Whit’s Frozen Custard are encouraging parents to update their child’s immunizations. The first 200 children ages two months to six years who are due immunizations will receive a voucher good for one kid-size custard from Whit’s Frozen Custard at 614 Spartanburg Highway. After the first 200 vouchers are distributed, then half-off coupons will be given to children who are immunized. Read more...

Vaccine clinics scheduled for students entering seventh grade or who are 12 years of age

Henderson County School Nurses will offer Tdap and meningococcal vaccine during the school day in April. Both vaccines are required for students entering seventh grade or who are 12 years of age, whichever comes first. The Tdap vaccine helps to protect against the whooping cough while the meningococcal vaccine helps to protect against Meningitis.

Clinic Schedule
Flat Rock Middle on April 12
Rugby Middle on April 14
Hendersonville Middle on April 19
Apple Valley Middle on April 21

Letter to Parents
Vaccine Consent Form (bilingual)
Tdap Vaccine Information Statement
| Spanish
Meningococcal Vaccine Information Statement
| Spanish
Notice of Privacy English | Spanish

Low-cost rabies vaccine for dogs
May 2-7

Rabies vaccination clinics, sponsored by Henderson County Animal Services and Henderson County Veterinarians, offer reduced fees for the rabies vaccine. Clinics will be held at participating veterinarian’s offices by appointment only for a reduced fee of $8.00 per dog. More...

Parenting ABC's — Infant Care Classes

Moms, build your skills in caring for your infant.
FREE classes are held the first and third Monday
of each month from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. at the health department. Caregivers welcome too. Call 694-6066 to register.

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Last updated April 11, 2016