services include:

Education Materials

Community Presentations

Individual Counseling

Participation in health fairs and other community events

Information on community resources

Referral to health and social service agencies

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Representatives from Long Beach Island Health Department are available to participate in educational programs, community events, health fairs, etc. To request material, speaker, educational program, or for more information call (609)-492-1212.

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‘Shore Health’ is Long Beach Island Health Department’s  quarterly newsletter. This publication is used to promote healthy habits, share latest updates, highlight current health topics, and to inform our community about the services LBIHD provide. 

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