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NACCHO's Toolbox is a free online collection of tools created and shared by members of the public health community. Using the robust new search function below, you can explore a range of resources and tools.

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7 months ago

Texas Department of State Health Services released guidance for HIV/STD Public Health Follow-Up Staff—including Disease Intervention Specialists (DIS), Data to Care, and Field Health ...

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7 months ago

Public Health – Seattle & King County (PHSKC) has released new guidance for sexual health clinics  on reducing in-person visits. The guidance identifies priority populations for HIV/STI ...

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7 months ago

Public Health – Seattle & King County (PHSKC) has released new guidance for sexual health clinics  on reducing in-person visits. The guidance identifies priority populations for HIV/STI ...

8 months ago

NACCHO is currently collecting information and stories around COVID-19 to disseminate information to policymakers and the press. Please submit your stories on www.naccho.org.
#COV ...

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8 months ago

The National League of Cities created an online database to track which measures are being taken at the local level. Please use this resource to help track your own process and policy ...

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8 months ago

The following are resources compiled by King County and Washington State on COVID-19 and Food Safety:

King County Public Health Department




COVID-19 website link in English ...

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8 months ago

Local Resources/NACCHO resources:


San Francisco Department of Public Health:




Infectious Disease Emergency Response plan

Respiratory Aerosol Transmissible (RAT) Diseases ...

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8 months ago

A few local health departments have been utilizing the CDC's information to create Word documents and PDFs for the public. You can find some here, but feel free to upload your own.

Also ...

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8 months ago

Some counties are taking advantage of online tools to help provide testing and screening for patients who suspect they have contracted COVID-19. Please feel free to add to this list ...

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8 months ago

We've collected a series of webpages that have been created in response to the COVID-19 epidemic, in case other LHDs are currently creating their COVID-19 pages. Feel free to comment ...

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  • Posted in: NACCHO Toolbox

    Hi Angie, I would also be interested in a collection of best practices/tips/lessons learned from NACCHO 360. We have a number of sites planning virtual site visits and would like to equip them with all pertinent resources. ------------------------------ ...

  • Posted in: NACCHO Toolbox

    It was great to have you involved in the conversation! Thank you for joining us for NA360 virtual. We hope you continue to learn and grow by staying involved with NACCHO after the conference and by taking advantage of our various resources and opportunities. ...

  • Posted in: NACCHO Toolbox

    I just want to say this has been a great week of learning, sharing,  and understanding.   Many of us wouldn't have had this opportunity if it was in person (even without COVID)...it was refreshing at times...and yet also challenging (in terms of our mindset ...

  • Posted in: NACCHO Toolbox

    Hello @Nicholas Hines , thanks so much for posting about your event in the Toolbox community! I know we personally touched base about this topic a few weeks ago, but it wanted to respond online to see if we could get any more responses. It would be helpful ...

  • Posted in: NACCHO Toolbox

    Many state and local health departments are transitioning from complex in-person conferences (not just a one-time committee/group meeting) to be fully virtual. I'd be interested in a best practice guide, across any discipline that suggests ideas to host ...

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