The purpose of the Lead Poisoning Prevention Program is to prevent poisoning in children by reducing their risk of exposure to lead. To identify all potential exposures through universal testing of all one and two year olds.
Responsible for the management of possible rabies exposures. Activities include the submittal of rabies samples, ensuring proper human post-exposure treatment, and providing countywide pet rabies clinics.
Tobacco Free Zone is a partnership of community organizations and individuals dedicated to reducing the health and economic burden of tobacco use in Cortland County by fostering the shift toward a tobacco-free community norm.