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2022 U.S. Monkeypox Outbreak | Monkeypox | Poxvirus | CDC
Walla Walla County Behavioral Health Needs Assessment
The Walla Walla County Department of Community Health and the Walla Walla Walla County Commissioners are excited to announce the release of the Walla Walla County Behavioral Health Needs Assessment. This report, prepared by the Human Services Research Institutes, assessed the behavioral health landscape in Walla Walla County and offered recommendations for improvement.
A Community Virtual Forum, hosted by HSRI, will take place August 17, 2022 at 6:00 p.m., to discuss these findings. To sign up for this forum, email HSRI Project Coordinator Danielle Rayel at email@example.com.
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Walla Walla Behavioral Report Overview
Walla Walla System Assessment
Walla Walla System Assessment Executive Summary
Questions about COVID?
Check out our COVID-19 website:
The Department of Community Health is excited to roll out a new website dedicated to information and resources to help individuals, families, and communities within our county navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
The website www.covidwwc.com provides information about COVID-19 symptoms, local testing, and caring for individuals who contract the virus as well as resources targeted for specific groups including businesses and workers, schools and child care, and families. The site also features sections on local and state data, mental health and coping, FAQs, and links to multi-language resources.
Our team is particularly pleased that the website offers dual-language accessibility with pages dedicated to Spanish language content that are rich with videos, infographics, FAQs, and links to important resources.
Check it out: www.covidwwc.com
COVID Vaccine is here!
We are working with our community health care partners on planning for future phases. Please visit our COVID website to find updated information on where and when.
For local independent health care providers who are seeking guidance on eligibility, please contact Walla Walla County Department of Community Health at firstname.lastname@example.org or the COVID-19 helpline, 509-524-2647.
TESTING SITE INFORMATION:
Turnaround time: 2-3 days
No appointment is necessary for people with symptoms. You can reserve an appointment and check wait times online at providence.org/wwurgentcare.
Walla Walla Clinic
*Daily, by appointment only. Weekend testing available with appointment.
Turnaround time: Varies
Testing symptomatic patients by appointment only.
Non-established patients need to register via phone prior to arrival. Please call 509-525-3720.
Travel and/or post-exposure testing are not currently available at this location.
*Appointment times may vary depending on daily staffing availability.
Family Medical Center
Monday to Friday from 7:30 am to 7:00 pm.
Turnaround time: Varies
Must schedule an appointment. Please call in advance: 509-525-6650.
Providence ExpressCare - College Place
Daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Turnaround time: Rapid (15 minutes to 1 hour)
Schedule an appointment online at the Providence ExpressCare - College Place website.
Timing on test results varies and changes daily based upon testing volume and lab capacity. Please call your healthcare provider or the clinic of choice for more information.
Walla Walla County’s rent assistance program is currently operational per Proclamation 21-09. Please call Blue Mountain Action Council at 509-529-4980 to learn more and to get assistance.
For questions about COVID-19, please call our dedicated line: 509-524-2647
this line is staffed M - F, 8am to 5pm
or call the Department of Health Line at: 1-800-525-0127, then press #
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To test your well water please call WW Regional Water Testing @ 509-526-9287 or Emergencies 509-386-8434