Learn about TB, signs and symptoms, who's at risk, and where to get treatment.
The Parent-Infant Education Program is a family-centered program that serves children from birth to two years of age with special needs.
Public Health clinics provide important services such as immunizations, maternity care, family planning resources, STI/HIV services and more.
Public Health staff conduct more than 1,200 restaurant inspections a year.
School health services promote a healthy learning environment for all Arlington Public Schools students.
Health screenings for documented refugees and political asylees living in Arlington.
Find health-related information and regulations covering food establishments, hotels and water recreation facilities. Includes applicable permits and processes.
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Get information on clinics and services, including STI/HIV, Dental, Family Planning, Maternity, Immunizations, Teen Health and more.
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A clinic in every Arlington Public School helps promote a healthy learning environment. We have all the forms, information, tips and resources you need.
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