Forsyth County Government is playing a key role in helping those financially impacted by novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Forsyth County Department of Public Health has made changes to WIC, Environmental Health, Cleveland Avenue Dental Clinic and group activities in order to practice social distancing in response to CDC recommendations on novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Two Forsyth County residents have tested presumptively positive for novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The two COVID-19 cases are related to travel and not attributed to community spread. Residents are urged to continue to take standard precautions like hand washing and staying home if you're sick.
The Stepping Up Process to End Recidivism (SUPER) celebrated its fourth graduation on Feb. 27, with three women marching down the aisle in pink capes to celebrate their success at the Forsyth County Public Health Department.
During the 2019 National Pharmacy Week we would like to send out a big thanks and show our appreciation to our wonderful Pharmacy team! The many services that it provides for our community are immeasurable and we could not do it without each valued pharmacy team member.
Forsyth County Stepping Up’s Pam Goodine has received the Peer Support Specialist of the Year award from NC-H.O.P.E.