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  1. Calendar Overlay SCCMO Public Health (Comm Health & Environment) (3)

SCCMO Public Health (Comm Health & Environment)

  1. Operation Sterile Feral (by appointment only)

    August 20, 2017, All Day

    St. Charles County has operated a successful spay/neuter program since 2003 and has treated thousands of feral cats to help control overpopulation. The Sterile Feral program is run through the County’s Pet Adoption Center and a team of volunteers. One Sunday each month, homeowners may bring feral cats from their property to take advantage of the affordable service. The $20 per animal fee includes the alteration, vaccination for rabies, and treatment for any parasites the cat may have. Appointments are required for this service and may be arranged by calling 314-995-9266.

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  2. MRC Membership Meeting and Training

    August 29, 2017, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM @ Public Health (formerly Community Health & the Environment)

    In times of need, many lend their neighbors a helping hand. In a community-wide emergency, a trained team working in coordination with strategically mobilized resources is a valuable resource. St. Charles County’s Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a volunteer-based unit of medically trained and non-medical professionals alike who put their knowledge and skills to use in helping the community. The Department of Public Health sponsors the local MRC chapter and hosts monthly meetings to prepare its members. Presented at the health department, the meetings provide an overview of the program, outline various roles within the County’s emergency response plan and discuss segments of the MRC training/certification program. Membership is open to anyone, ages 18 or older.

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  3. Supporting Breastfeeding in Childcare

    August 31, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Wonder Years Center

    Open to St. Charles County-based child care providers, as well as parents and guardians of young children, this program will identify how to handle breast milk appropriately in a child care setting. It will discuss how caregivers can support breastfeeding families and how to be breastfeeding friendly for customers and employees. Interested participants must register using the link below (walk in guests will not be admitted). Paper training certificates will not be issued in 2017. *Please note that children under the age of 16 are not allowed to attend this training, per Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services guidelines.

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