The South High Branch is hosting a clinic on August 4th from 9-11:30. Individuals 12&Up can be vaccinated. Those opting for the Pfizer vaccine will be given a return date on August 25th.
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction to drugs or alcohol, we are here to help. Walk in for Recovery sites can help asses your needs and quickly connect you to treatment. A mobile health clinic will also be available offering important health screenings and services. All services are free. For questions, call 614-645-6843. For the South Side, July 13 & 14 Walk in Recovery will be at Primary One Health Center at John Maloney, 1905 Parsons.
In an effort to combat the further spread of COVID-19, Columbus Public Health is bringing the mobile vaccination clinic to Far South Columbus residents. Residents 16 years old or older can register to be vaccinated right in their own community.
Winter weather and Spring tornado season can bring the potential for strong and damaging storms. Now is the time to prepare your family for such emergencies.
Ready.gov features many tips and a checklist of items to include in an emergency kit.
South Side Community Tech is bridging the digital divide to enhance health, education, and economic outcomes for South Side residents.
Enter your zip code and get connected to food access resources in our community.
The most important factor in preventing the spread of COVID -19 is you.
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, October 24 from 10 am to 2 pm. This event is free and open to any resident of Franklin County.