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The Noble County Health Department offers a variety of services. Please use the links at the left to learn more about our services and programs. 

Our hours are 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:00PM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Please refer to a specific program's page for more detailed information about walk-in and/or appointment times and availability.

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National Public Health Week - April 3-9

Changing our health means ensuring conditions that give everyone the opportunity to be healthy. Join us in celebrating National Public Health Week 2017 and become a part of the movement for change.

 

 

National Child Abuse Prevention Month

 

Noble CHD Perry

Noble County Health Department

300 East Fir Street

Perry, Oklahoma 73077-4902 

phone: (580) 336-2257  fax: (580) 336-2480

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM & 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

 

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), along with its networking partners, is working to raise awareness about the importance of ensuring great childhoods for all Oklahoma children. Organizations across the state are working together to host events that demonstrate their commitment to preventing child abuse and promoting a brighter future for Oklahoma children.

Thousands of Oklahoma children suffer abuse and neglect each year. According to a report by the Oklahoma State Department of Human Services, in 2016 there were 15,187 substantiated child abuse and neglect victims in Oklahoma. These statistics are a reminder that every possible effort needs to be made in preventing child abuse in Oklahoma.

“We encourage every citizen to ‘do one thing’ when it comes to protecting children and strengthening families. Even small gestures like being kind and supportive to parents challenged in public and/or assisting parents by offering help (i.e. reading a book to a child in the waiting room, providing an extra set of hands at the supermarket, or offering respite for parents experiencing tough challenges),” said Sherie Trice, OSDH Community Based Child Abuse Prevention Grant Coordinator. “These efforts are instrumental in helping families reduce stress and make life just a little easier.”

There are numerous events and activities across the state to support National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Click here to learn more.

 

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