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Yadkin County Human Services Agency
The Yadkin County Human Services Agency is comprised of the Social Services Division, the Women, Infant, and Children Division, and the Medical Clinic.

The mission of the Human Services Agency is to protect and improve the health and quality of life of the citizens of Yadkin County. This is accomplished through the strengthening families, promotion of self-sufficiency, eliminating poverty, assuring and maintaining a healthy environment, education of the people, providing preventative health services and enforcing state rules and regulations.

The Yadkin County Human Services Agency offers a variety of programs and services for residents of Yadkin County. A full listing appears in the column to the left; please click on those links to access additional information regarding each department program and service.

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2018 Obamacare Open Enrollment: November 1—December 15, 2017

For more information or to enroll, please visit https://www.healthcare.gov

Be mindful of food safety during the holidays. Visit this website by the FDA to learn more:
Food Safety: What you need to know

Salmonella Infections Linked to Pre-Cut Melon
Please click on the link below for more information on recall

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Current Health Events
There are many different foodborne infections going around these days. With the increase in food recalls, make sure you are up to date on the many different disease-causing germs that can contaminate foods. Here is a helpful link that gives an overview of foodborne illnesses and germs: https://www.cdc.gov/foodsafety/foodborne-germs.html.

To help keep you and your family safe from foodborne illnesses, be sure to check out the following links about food safety, proper handling and storage of foods, as well as the proper hand washing technique. Food Safety Tips: https://www.cdc.gov/foodsafety/index.html
Proper Hand washing: https://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/

Flowers Foods issues voluntary recall. 

Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Papara

The CDD has now reported at least one death associated with a Salmonella Kiambu in Maradol Papayas.  There have been a reported 47 cases in 12 states, and 12 hospitalizations and the one death in New York City.  So far, there are no reported cases in NC, although there are reported cases in Virginia.

The Full CDC investigation report can be found at the following website: 


The Maradol Papaya is a specific type of fruit that is grown in Mexico and Central America, and it is not he same as papaya that is grown in Hawaii.  At this time, the CDC is recommending no consumption of any Maradol Papara, since a specific source has not been found.

NEW! The most recent Community Health Assessment Report (under Community Information and Statistics)

Kim Harrell

250 Willow St.
P.O. Box 548
Yadkinville, NC 27055

Ph: (336) 849-7910
Fax: (336) 849-7936

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