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    Goleta Beach Re-opened
    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department has re-opened previously closed areas of Goleta Beach following ocean water test results indicating that water quality meets or exceeds state health standards. [ Press Release ]
    Provider Alert- Zika Virus Update-Testing Guidelines
    This Provider Alert provides an update on Zika. Also included is information on testing requirements. [ Provider Alert ]
    Beach Closed Due To Sewage Spill
    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department issued a “BEACH CLOSED” notice today for Goleta Beach in response to a spill of untreated sewage. [ Press Release ]
    Riley is returned to the Santa Maria Animal Center
    Riley, a 7 month old puppy that was stolen from the Santa Maria Animal Center has been returned.  Riley was stolen from the Santa Maria Animal Center on April 13, 2017 and returned on April 19, 2017. [ Press Release ]
    Zika Virus

    As summer approaches and mosquito season begins, the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department (SBCPHD) would like to provide an update on Zika virus disease and steps you can take to protect yourself and your family from this and other infections spread by mosquitoes. [ Press Release ]

    Opioid Overdose Program

    The Santa Barbara County Emergency Medical Services Agency (EMS), a division of the County Department of Public Health, and the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office are pleased to announce a program to administer Naloxone for suspected opioid overdoses. Sheriff's Office patrol personnel are trained to know when to give Naloxone to block the effects of opioids. The goal of this initiative is to save lives associated with opiate overdoses. [ Press Release ]

    2017 Immunization Seminar
    The purpose of this lecture is for front line service providers to review the significant changes and challenges in immunizations for 2017. [ Flyer ]
    Health Matters: Public Health Department Newsletter
    April is Child Abuse Prevention Month; Water Safety; Early Childhood Nutrition Educational Materials; Adverse Childhood Events (ACE) [ Newsletter ]
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