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New! Infectious Diseases in Ohio Dashboard

This dashboard provides an overview of the occurrence of selected reported infectious diseases in Ohio, including geographic distribution, demographics, and dates of illness. dashboard includes data from more than 100 infectious diseases and can be easily filtered by county, timeframe, and demographics such as age, sex, race, and ethnicity. Data is available back to 2001, and it will be updated weekly.

ODH Summary of Infectious Diseases in Ohio Dashboard

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Grief Recovery Method Grief Support Group

The Action Program for Moving Beyond Death, Divorce, and Other Losses provided by the Warren County Health District.

For further information call:

Stephen Hill• Certified Grief Recovery Specialist®


People say you have to let go and move on in your life, but they don’t tell you what you need to do to accomplish that. The Grief Recovery Method® Outreach Program not only makes that possible, but provides partnerships and guidance to ensure that it happens.

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Weekly Nutrition & Wellness Weekly Tips – 12/27/22 

I hope you all had a great Christmas/holiday and have been enjoying your days off! As we go into the new year, I am providing you with a kittle homework, Please see the article below. Try to come up with two goals for the year using the “Mental Health Self Care Wheel.” There are physical, emotional, spiritual, and many other aspects of health. Ensure that the goal is “SMART.”

  • S: specific (how often will you exercise, how long will your sessions last, where will you exercise?)
  • M: measurable
  • A: attainable
  • R: relevant
  • T: time-bound

Action Plan:

  • Think what, when, where, how here. Do we need to pack clothes/snacks, bring your bible or journal with you to work, etc.
  • What is your why? Wanting it bad enough and being consistent are the biggest factors!
  • What are support systems around you that can help you get where you want to be?
  • What are potential barriers you foresee? How do you plan to overcome them?


Health/Goal Wheel

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