Community Health 

Community Foundation to Release Results of Human Needs Assessment

The Community Foundation of Frederick County will release the findings of its 2018 Frederick County Human Needs Assessment on Wednesday, April 3, 2019, 9:00 a.m. at The Delaplaine Arts Center. The public is invited to attend. Registration is requested at The Needs Assessment report identifies human needs as they have evolved in Frederick County since 2011, when the Community Foundation completed its first Frederick County Human Needs Assessment. The 2018 report, prepared by Devereux Consulting and Social Science Consultants, combined expert and community input through key informant interviews and…

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Community Glade Valley Health 

Opioid Addiction Summit

Through a collaborative effort to continue to break the stigma and find solutions on the current Opioid crisis, the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office, Frederick County Chamber of Commerce, and the Frederick County Health Department will be hosting Frederick Stands Together: Conquering the Crisis on March 28th, 2019. This community event will be held from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Frederick Fairgrounds in the Null Building, located at 797 E. Patrick Street. The goal of the event is to implement an integrated, community-wide effort to bring education, health care,…

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Community Government Health 

Frederick County Emergency Responders to Conduct Community Preparedness Seminar on June 2

Frederick County emergency responders will conduct a free community preparedness seminar on June 2 from 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. at the Public Safety Training Facility, 5370 Public Safety Place, Frederick. Attendance will be restricted to the first 30 registrants and will be closed on May 25. Register for the seminar at The Division of Fire & Rescue Services, Frederick County Department of Emergency Management, Frederick County Health Department, Frederick County Sheriff’s Office, Frederick County Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association, The City of Frederick Police Department, Maryland State Police and Maryland Department of Health have…

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