Health Resources

Helpful Links, Information and Updates

January 11, 2024: More Quaker Oats Recalls

December 18, 2023: Quaker Oats Recalls
Quaker Oats has recently recalled a number of their granola bars, granola cereals and snack boxes. Click here for the list. 

November 8, 2023: 
Side-by-side Comparison of RSV, COVID 19 &Seasonal Flu
From the Monroe County Department of Public Health

August 7, 2023: Back to School Immunizations
From the Monroe County Department of Public Health

December 22, 2022: Update
From the NYS Department of Health
December 5, 2022: Update 
From the NYS Education Department and the Department of Health
  • Read this letter addressing the complex challenges created by influenza, RSV and COVID-19, and commonsense recommendations for reducing the impact of these viruses on our communities and schools.
 Monroe County Health Information

Orleans County Health Information

Health Resources

  • NEW!
    Funded by the New York State Developmental Disabilities Planning Council, endAbuse of People with Disabilities is a new website that provides a repository of accurate and reliable resources about the abuse of people with disabilities. Users of can access multi-media content that offers information about the forms of abuse, targets of abuse, peer-to-peer support, and advocacy. Additionally, those in need have the ability to get immediate assistance from the “Get Help Now” section which includes a “quick escape” browsing option.

  • 1-877-8-HOPENY (467369) - Find help for alcoholism, drug abuse, problem gambling
  • Rochester Regional Health - Behavioral Health 723-7740
    • Prescription Safety
    • Is Your Medicine Cabinet Safe
    • Important Information for Parents
  • (NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services)
    • Many free resources, tools and videos for New York residents
    • Help to negotiate with insurance
    • Advice for those with addictions on how to self-advocate to a health care provider
    • Tool to find real time bed availability, outpatient appointment
    • Talking tips for parents on how to talk to children about alcohol and drugs

Healthy & Safe Swimming

Swimming and other water-based activities are fun and healthy ways to be physically active. However, like any physical activity, there are potential risks involved. CDC’s Healthy Swimming website provides information on how to have healthy and safe swimming experiences that maximize the benefits of swimming while minimizing the risk of illness and injury.
Keep Kids Healthy in the Water poster