Get Your Fu Vaccine
This year and every year, vaccine remains your best protection against the flu.
Your Health Department is offering Adult flu shot clinics near you.
Flu vaccine for children is available through our Immunization clinic.
On behalf of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, the Van Buren/Cass District Health Department is conducting a mosquito trapping program for species surveillance. This program is designed to monitor what level of threat Michigan may face in regards to the Zika Virus and other mosquito transmitted diseases.
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Mosquitoes - What You Need To Know
Mosquito Bite Prevention
West Nile Virus
Van Buren & Cass County Mosquito Surveillance
Tick season is here!
VBCassDHD along with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is encouraging all Michigan Residents to protect themselves from ticks.
Wear Repellent (with DEET)
Check for Ticks Daily
Shower soon after being outdoors
Call your doctor if you get a fever or rash.
If you do find a tick attached to your skin, there's no need to panic! Click here to learn How to Remove a Tick.
Play it Safe - Protect your Teeth!
Call the office at 269.621.3143 ext 1389 for more information.
Did you know that vaccine-preventable diseases are on the rise in Michigan?
We’re proud to partner with @IVaccinate to help keep Michigan’s kids safe and healthy.
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News from the Van Buren / Cass District Health Department
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Press Releases & Important Information
>Whooping Cough (Pertussis) is on the rise Click here for Information on Pertussis.
>MERS-CoV and Hajj 2017 Click here for Information.
>Swine Influenza Activity in the Midwest
>MDHHS urges Michigan residents to avoid ayurvedic remedy Balugti Kesaria, a potential lead hazard. Click here for more information.
> Michigan's First Case of Rabies for 2017 Confirmed in Bat. Click here for more information.
>Drug Resistant Gonorrhea: An Urgent Public Health Issue