We recognize that residents are more than mere consumers of public health services. In addition to health services, our health department is involved in a variety of community-based activities that engage residents in the planning, evaluation and implementation of health activities in their communities. Many of those services and activities are profiled on this site.
Your Perception of CDPH?
When public health is working its best it may be invisible – meaning residents are able to live, work, play and thrive in their communities. Public health helps to ensure that the infrastructure and policies to support healthy people and communities are in place. The California Department of Public Health is now surveying the public’s perception of CDPH "as a leader and as a credible, reliable resource in protecting individuals and communities …and promoting health and well-being." The survey takes 10-15 minutes. Tell them what you think »
27th Annual Developmental Disabilities Council Awards Dinner: June 27
The Developmental Disabilities Councils of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties invites you to their joint awards dinner Tues., June 7 at Scott’s in Jack London Square. Reservations are required for this popular event, which will include the presentation of four awards. To nominate an individual or service provider for advocacy, volunteerism, service, or lifetime achievement, click here. Nominations are due by May 6. Purchase a ticket no later than May 27 as space is limited. For more details contact Sandi Soliday at (510) 267-3261 or email@example.com.