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January 2020
Conscious Discipline ELearning Series January 24, 2020
Wondering what the buzz is about? Here's your chance...
Ice Safety January 21, 2020
Whether you enjoy ice fishing, snowmobiling, or walks in the Winter Wonderland, the Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency wants you to always remember some safety tips when crossing lakes or rivers that are covered in ice.
Be Well Informed web tool now available! January 13, 2020
Online resource for understanding well sample results.
Still Not too Late to Fight the Flu! January 13, 2020
Did you get your flu shot this year? We’re right in the midst of flu season, so if you haven’t gotten it yet, the Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency is reminding you that it is not too late!
Preparing for Icy Weather January 13, 2020
Just a thin coating of ice can result in a travel nightmare, while heavier amounts will severely damage trees and power lines.
Free Radon Test Kits Available at Community Health Agency January 06, 2020
Testing is easy, inexpensive and the only way to know if a home has a radon problem.
December 2019
Holiday Heart Attacks December 26, 2019
“What is that flashing red light coming up the street? Is it Rudolph? No, it’s an ambulance!”
Kerosene Heater Safety December 19, 2019
According to the National Fire Protection Association, supplemental heating equipment, such as a kerosene heater, is the leading cause of home fires during the months of December, January and February.
Christmas Tree Safety Tips December 03, 2019
The Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency offers these few tips on keeping you and your family safe during the holiday season when it comes to your tree.
November 2018
PFAS Statewide Survey Results Becoming Available November 09, 2018
The Department of Environmental Quality has informed the Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency that water sample results from the PFAS state-wide survey are starting to become available for water supplies in Branch, Hillsdale, and St. Joseph Counties.