Morris County Free Rabies Clinics

  It's time to think about having your pets vaccinated for rabies.  The Washington Township Health Department would like to remind pet owners to check their pet's vaccination status.  If your dog or cat is due for a rabies booster, remember that any resident of NJ can take their pet to any...
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Morris County Household Hazardous Waste Collection

The Washington Township Health Department would like to make residents aware that Morris County will be holding a Household Hazardous Waste Collection on October 19, 2019 in Pompton Plains.  For further information on exact location, hours of operation and acceptable hazardous items being collected    click here
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Beware the Mosquito

  Even though the weather is getting cooler and the time to worry about these pesky little buggers is almost over, the Washington Township Health Department would like to make you aware of the diseases they carry and how you can prevent yourself, your family, your neighbors and your pets from...
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Be Informed ... E-Cigarettes & Vaping ... What you need to know.

   The Washington Township Health Department, in cooperation with the NJ State Department of Health, would like residents to have all of the facts regarding Electronic Cigarettes and Vaping in light of current reports of health risks involved with this activity, especially among our youth. The NJ State Department of Health...
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FREE Cancer Screening Programs for Men and Women

  The Washington Township Public Health Nurse would like to make residents aware of FREE Cancer Screenings available for Men and Women through the NJCEED (NJ Cancer Education and Early Detection) Program.  For information on eligibility and availability or for more information on NJCEED and its programs  click here.
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Cancer: Thriving and Surviving

  A workshop entitled "Cancer: Thriving and Surviving" is being offered at the Randolph Municipal building on Fridays 12:30 - 2:30 beginning October 11th and ending on November 15th.  This workshop is for adult cancer survivors as well as family members and caregivers.  To register for the workshop, please see the attached...
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Test Your Home for Radon - Why and How

 The Washington Township Health Department, Morris County, New Jersey, in cooperation with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Radon Program, announces that January has been designated Radon Action Month. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer and the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers. However, because...
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