Eligible county residents can receive well-woman exams on-site. Pre-registration is required.
10/19/2017 12:18 PM
New and gently-used coats, mittens, gloves, scarves and hats for children are being collected.
10/16/2017 2:11 PM
Get rid of unwanted meds from around your home.
10/11/2017 11:41 AM
You can help provide a Thanksgiving meal to a family in your community.
10/10/2017 4:06 PM
Get rid of the clutter: ‘First Saturday,’ e-waste, and household hazardous waste drop-off opportunities.
09/27/2017 2:33 PM
Residents, first responders are invited to consider this convenient option.
09/27/2017 11:55 AM
New or gently-used children's winter clothing is being collected now through Oct. 31 by the Commission on the Status of Women.
09/19/2017 3:49 PM
The Office of Volunteer Services is recruiting volunteers to help elderly and disabled county residents with fall leaf clean-up.
09/14/2017 2:11 PM
The Somerset County Department of Health is the lead agency responsible for countywide Public Health emergency planning and response activities.
- The Somerset County Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Team works to promote planning, training and coordination between public and private sector agencies to protect the health of the community during natural or manmade emergency situations.
- SCDOH facilitates public/private partnerships to participate in community health assessments and works to identify and address population based health issues affecting Somerset County.
Somerset County Department of Health can provide presentations regarding personal preparedness to community members, organizations, and businesses within our contract towns. If you are interested, please contact us.
Additionally, SCDOH serves as the LINCS agency for the County, connecting individuals and organizations with pertinent information related to disease outbreaks, food recalls, and pertinent health information.
Interested in volunteering? Read more information about the Civilian Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) and find out how you can help during a disaster.
Download and print the resources below to build your own Family Emergency Guide!