To allow employees time to enjoy the holiday season, the Mason County Board of County Commissioners has authorized the following 2014 Holiday Schedule:
The Board of County Commissioners meeting on December 23, 2014 will be
at 9:00 AM rather than 6:00 PM.

All County Offices have been authorized to closed at 3:00 PM on Wednesday, December 24, 2014 and December 31, 2014 - The switchboard will also close at 3:00 PM on those dates with a revised message directing people to the court offices. Offices that are mandated by Washington State Law (Courts) will remain open until 4:30 PM on those days.

All County Offices will be open for business during regular hours on
Friday, December 26, 2014 and January 2, 2015.  
2014 Tax Foreclosure Sale date is January 9th, 2015  
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Child Protective Services Early Family Support Services (EFSS) and the Early Intervention Program (EIP) provide services for low to moderately at-risk families, screened by Child Protective Services (CPS), who need some education, support, and monitoring to prevent child abuse and neglect. The Public Health Nurse serves as case manager; going into homes to provide assessment, identification of health risk factors, health and parenting education, developmental testing and community referrals and linkages.  Both the EFSS and EIP programs provide services to families in the least intrusive manner to improve family stability, prevent future referrals to CPS for neglect and abuse, and improve the safety of children.  All referrals are received through CPS.

If you have a concern about a child’s safety, please contact the Child Protective Services Hotline - 1-866-ENDHARM (1-866-363-4276), Washington State's toll-free, 24/7 hotline that will connect you directly to the appropriate local office to report suspected child abuse or neglect.

 

 

         
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