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October 28, 2023 Rabies Clinic Registration Link 

October 28, 2023

9:00 am- 12:00 pm

Ontario County Public Works
2962 County Road 48, Canandaigua NY 14424

Register today!

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Rabies Clinic Schedule 2023

New CDSMP Class

Chronic Disease Self-Management Classes

Learn to manage your chronic illness without leaving your home. 
Super easy!

  • No computer needed. All you need is a phone. 
  • The program is mailed to you.... Free!
  • We meet over the phone (conference call) once a week for six weeks. 
  • Small classes of only 5 people. 

Interested? Call 1-800-299-2995 or HealthEducation@ontariocountyny.gov  

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2023 Choose Health Ontario Award

Church Member, Victor Nelson and the Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church Wins the Choose Health Ontario Award!

Victor Nelson and the Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church in Geneva are the winners of the 2023 Choose Health Ontario Award! Pastor Victor Nelson and the Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church in Geneva worked tirelessly during the COVID-19 pandemic. Victor Nelson and the Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church:

  • Provided education and promoted COVID-19 vaccine among parishioners and the Geneva community.
  • Graciously opened its doors to Public Health staff and hosted vaccination clinics for adults and children in the Geneva community between April of 2021 and June of 2022. 
  • Leadership scheduled appointments for community members via the NY State Countermeasure Data Management System (CDMS).
  • Volunteers staffed the clinics, working elbow-to-elbow with public health staff and other county employees. They provided traffic control, check-in of vaccines, and post-vaccination observation. Their presence demonstrated to their community that vaccine was desirable and reassured them that it was safe.

A very special congratulations and thank you to church member, Victor Nelson and the Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church. Their actions significantly increased vaccine uptake in the Geneva area.

The award is presented on behalf of the Ontario County Health Collaborative (OCHC) which consists of Ontario County Public Health, local healthcare systems, community agencies and healthy-minded volunteers. The OCHC work collaboratively to improve the health of Ontario County residents.

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Food Insecurity in the Finger Lakes

A recent Food Insecurity Survey created by Pivital Public Health Partnership surveyed 1100 people residing in Ontario, Livingston, Yates, Wayne, Seneca, and other neighboring counties, Pivital Public Health Partnership discovered 61% of those households are unable to always keep food on the table. Please take a moment to watch the video and learn about food insecurity in the Finger Lakes.  Want to help? Contact your local food pantry to volunteer in your community. (5/4/2023)


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A community health improvement process uses Community Health Assessment (CHA) data to identify priority issues, develop and implement strategies for action, and establish accountability to ensure measurable health improvement, which are often outlined in the form of a community health improvement plan (CHIP). We can not complete the CHA process without YOU for responding to our Community Health Surveys. Thank you! 

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