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What's New in Public Health?

We are introducing a new drug prevention project in Mason County.  We can all help to protect our kids, families and environment by disposing of our expired or unused prescription medications.  Mason County has two prescription drug take-back boxes, located at the Mason County Sheriff’s Office in Shelton and at the North Mason Regional Fire Authority in Belfair.

A special thanks goes out to the SADD Club and Mason Youth ‘N Action for all of their hard work on a great video created as part of the drug prevention project.  For more information regarding the prescription drug take-back boxes or questions or feedback on the video, contact Ben Johnson of Mason County Public Health at (360) 427-9670 ext. 400

Mason County PSA Youth Video

 

Mason County has a wide variety of strengths and resources to address our area’s health challenges. With the support of passionate individuals and organizations, we’re already seeing a lot of great work being done. Community members and partners are working to utilize collective impact to align all of Mason County’s assets and efforts to more effectively engage in dialogue, problem solving, and ultimately, greater health for our community.

Tackling Complex Social Problems through Collective Impact Video

       
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