Spring has sprung! And with spring (and summer) come mosquitos and worries about diseases transmitted by mosquitos.  Funded by a Health Service Grant, the New Jersey Department of Health has mobilized a local team at the Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative to bring Zika prevention efforts to your organization and the surrounding community. The Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative is pleased to offer the following training and educational opportunities at no cost to you.

 

HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS AND HEALTH ADVOCATE STAFF IN COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS

ON-SITE  

Southern NJ Perinatal Cooperative will provide Basic Zika Virus training to staff and volunteers at your site in English and in Spanish. Contact Ann Rojas Zika Prevention Program Consultant- 609-560-6649 or annierojas@yahoo.com.

ONLINE (Click on name or enter URL in browser)

CONFERENCE

 Zika: Beyond the Mosquito Net An update on Zika transmission, screening and prevention. June 15, 2017; 9:00-4:00, Congress Hall, Cape May, New Jersey. Click here to learn more and register. http://www.snjpc.org/zika-beyond-the-mosquito-net/page.html

 

CONSUMER AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION  

Host a Zika Outreach Day

SNJPC will send bilingual staff to your site to provide Zika related health education and to screen visitors for a free Zika prevention kit (kits are available only to pregnant women or their sexual partners travelling to Florida, Texas or the Americas) Contact Ann Rojas Zika Prevention Program Consultant, (609)560-6649 or annierojas@yahoo.com.

Educational Materials

Provide no cost, bilingual health education materials that you can use with your clients. To request materials contact drodriquez@snjpc.org.

 

CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL (CDC) information