Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health (MCAH)
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The MCAH Program works with community organizations, policy makers, and medical providers to improve healthcare access for women of reproductive age, pregnant women, infants, children, adolescents and their families.
Mental Health Services
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The Social and Mental Health Services Division supports individuals in Pasadena and surrounding communities with a focus on special populations, such as at-risk youth, LGBTQI2-S, seniors, and individuals experiencing homelessness.
Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention
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The Nutrition and Physical Activity Program provides no cost nutrition education to the Northwest Pasadena community using an interactive curriculum of health topics, food tastings and fun activities. The program also is a resource for community partners to develop wellness policies, schedule train-the-trainer workshops and request nutrition program materials.
Public Health Emergency Preparedness
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Through planning, education and outreach, training, and exercising, the emergency preparedness program builds local capacity to respond to a public health emergency, such as disease outbreaks, and natural and intentional disasters.
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The program progresses local policy efforts related to tobacco prevention, education and health equity, and promotes smoking cessation efforts to reduce premature death and disease