The Bloomfield Department of Health & Human Services is offering the Moderna & Pfizer pediatric COVID vaccines for Children ages 2-5 years on July 8th from 10am-1pm at the Bloomfield Civic Center 84 Broad St, Bloomfield, NJ 07003. CLICK HERE to register.
The BDHHS nurses will be providing FREE blood pressure screenings and counseling related to hypertension/heart health at the Bloomfield Farmer's Market in front of the Bloomfield Public Library on July 12th, August 9th, September 13th and October 11th.
Join us for BDHHS’s weekly “Walk & Talk” Every Tuesday Starting June 7 2022 @5 PM at the Farmer’s Market.
What is Public Health Education?
Public Health Education focuses on promoting healthy behaviors throughout the community, by planning, implementing and evaluating educational campaigns and programs to promote healthy habits and environments through research and administrative work.
Health Education Division
The Health Education Division provides an array of programs, information, and activities designed to encourage and support a healthy lifestyle: a farm fresh produce market, yoga, and meditation classes, bike, and walking groups, lead poisoning education and resources, community programs addressing issues such as mental health, substance abuse (including smoking and alcohol) and bullying, and numerous others.
Programs are often coordinated with other agencies including City Green, New Jersey Bike & Walk Coalition, EZ Ride, Essex County’s ADAPT (Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Team), the Bloomfield Municipal Alliance Committee, Clara Maass Medical Center in Belleville, University Hospital in Newark, and many more.
Together we work to promote the health and well-being of the community by offering connections, resources and support focusing on: