Read the Monthly Message about Managing Challenging Behaviors from the Kentucky Governor's Office of Early Childhood 


 

2015 Kentucky Booster Seat Law
- Visit your local health department for car seat assistance packets. For additional information contact Carol Douglas at (270)781-8039 ext. 144. 

The Barren River District Health Department has partnered with Humana Vitality to offer Vitality checks on-site for Humana Vitality members. Vitality checks only take a few minutes of your time and a quick finger stick. Results will be given at time of screening, and seamlessly upload to your Humana Vitality account within a few weeks. If your staff are interested in having trained Health Educators provide Humana Vitality checks on-site, please contact in:

Warren/Edmonson

Lisa Johnson
270-781-2490 ext. 214
 
Butler/Logan/Simpson
Selina Blick
270-726-8341 ext. 111
 
Barren/Hart/Metcalfe
Stephanie Dickerson
270-651-8321 ext.130

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 



Learn about how the 
WIC EBT Shopper App can simplify shopping. Just download, register & shop!
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The BRADD Citizen Corps Council’s mission is to educate the public on being prepared for disasters.  They accomplish that in many ways.  They produce a quarterly newsletter with information on upcoming events, articles on preparing for certain disasters, and information on past events.  They also provide Community Emergency Response Team training that educates people about disaster preparedness and trains them in basic disaster response skills such as fire safety and suppression, light search and rescue, and basic first aid and disaster medical operations.  This can be used to assist family, friends, neighbors and co-workers during and after a disaster.  You don’t have to be part of a team.

September is National Preparedness Month.  This year’s theme is “Don’t Wait. Communicate. Make your emergency Plan today.” The BRADD Citizen Corps and the Barren River Health Department would like to make emergency preparedness easy by providing the tools and resources needed to take four important steps: be informed about the different types of emergencies that can happen in your area and their appropriate responses, make an family emergency and communications plan, build an emergency kit, and get involved in community preparedness. Then plan to participate in America’s PrepareAThon!
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

View our entire events calendar here!

Board of Health Meeting Schedule


Healthy Aging Expo
Living Hope Baptist Church
9/2/2015


2015 Howard L. Bost Memorial Health Policy Forum
Sloan Convention Center
9/28/2015


Dog and Cat First Aid & CPR
Hart County Community Action
9/30/2015


Dog and Cat First Aid & CPR
Barren County Cooperative Extension
10/12/2015


Freedom From Smoking Program
Health and Wellness Center
10/26/2015


Dog and Cat First Aid & CPR
Warren County Health Department
11/5/2015