This year, Schenectady County Public Health Services secured a grant from the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) in partnership with Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to develop a plan to reduce syphilis through engaging and gathering input from the community served. The end goal is to create a plan that could be put into place to decrease syphilis in Schenectady.
Establish Schenectady Decreasing Syphilis Coalition that includes community partners
Host Community Conversations to gain input from the community on addressing syphilis in Schenectady
A syphilis reduction plan will be created based on coalition and community feedback
Evaluation of project activities with guidance from NACCHO and CDC
Have questions or want more information about the Schenectady County Decreasing Syphilis Project?
Share your experiences and concerns in a safe and welcoming environment.
Let's work together to make a plan that helps our community stay safe. We'll think about what our community needs and come up a plan that works for you.
Learn how you can play an important role in promoting syphilis prevention locally.
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