The purpose of Alamance County Health Department’s Community Health, Outreach, and Policy (CHOP) Section is to support and initiate activities designed to favorably influence knowledge, attitudes, practices, and policies related to personal and community health.
CHOP supports the Health Department’s goal of promoting and protecting health through the identification of public and personal problems and planning comprehensive strategies with the community for their alleviation.
CHOP’s Initiatives and Programs:
- Adolescent Health (Be Proud, Be Responsible HIV Prevention Program)(CATCH my Breath Juul and E-cigarette Prevention Program)
- Childhood Injury and Prevention (Safe Kids)
- Child Development (Child Care Health Consultant (CCHC) & Healthy Beginnings)
- Chronic Disease Prevention (Minority Diabetes Prevention Program) (Life in 24)
- Employee Health and Wellness
Community Education and Outreach
Our staff of Public Health Educators are available to speak at schools, churches, and civic groups on various health topics and about Health Department services.
The Health Department will strive to honor as many requests as possible. However, previously scheduled events or availability of staff may prevent the Health Department from fulfilling all requests. In the event a request is unable to be fulfilled or if the event/program is unable to meet the guidelines outlined above, the Health Department will suggest an alternative means of education and outreach.
For more information, please call (336) 570-6382 or click to fill out and print a request form. Community Outreach and Education Request Form
If you are only requesting information (brochures, fact sheets, etc.) on a specific topic, please call (336) 227-0101 and your call will be transferred to the appropriate clinic.