Harford County Health Department Recommends Children “Choose Tap Water for a Sparkling Smile”

From the Harford County Health Department: February is National Children’s Dental Health Month (NCDHM), a monthlong health observance that brings together thousands of dedicated health care professionals to promote the benefits of good oral health for children. This year’s NCDHM campaign slogan is “Choose Tap Water for a Sparkling Smile.” The Harford County Health Department […]

Free “Community Conversation Series” for Caregivers Offered by Harford County Office of Disability Services

From Harford County government: Harford County government, under the administration of County Executive Barry Glassman, is proud to introduce a three-part “Community Conversation” series on planning for the future of a loved one with a disability. These free informational workshops, presented by the Department of Community Service’s Office of Disability Services and the Harford County […]

January is National Radon Action Month: Harford County Health Department Recommends Testing Your Home

From the Harford County Health Department: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has designated January as National Radon Action Month to increase the public’s awareness of radon, promote radon testing and mitigation, and advance the use of radon-resistant, new construction practices. Radon is an odorless, colorless, radioactive gas that cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted […]

United Way of Central Maryland’s 2nd Annual Project Homeless Connect Helps More Than 450 Harford County Residents

From United Way of Central Maryland: Yesterday, United Way of Central Maryland hosted its second annual Project Homeless Connect in Harford County. United Way gathered more than 50 local organizations and more than 200 community volunteers to aid more than 450 individuals experiencing or at risk of homelessness in Harford County. United Way’s Project Homeless […]

United Way of Central Maryland to Host Harford County’s Second Annual Project Homeless Connect

From United Way of Central Maryland: United Way’s recently released ALICE® Report found that 34 percent of households in Harford County either live in poverty, or qualify at or below the ALICE threshold — ALICE stands for Asset Limited Income Constrained Employed and classifies households that don’t earn enough to afford basic needs like food, […]