To improve health by providing quality, preventive health programs and services to our residents in collaboration with community partners. Together we encourage healthy lifestyles, prevent disease, and promote safe, healthy environments where we live, work and play in Seneca County.
To create healthy communities and safe environments for all generations.
CDC’s Did You Know?
Is a weekly feature from the Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support to inform your prevention activities.
Get the latest food inspection results for restaurants, school cafeterias, snack bars, and other food establishments in Seneca County at the below link.
National Public Health Week Video
Creating the healthiest nation starts with me!
Despite what we often hear and read, Americans are not the healthiest people in the world. In the U.S. we spend more on health care but live shorter lives and suffer more health issues than our peers in other high income countries.
To create the healthiest nation, we all need to start by pledging to take two steps:
Creating a healthy me
We promise to eat well, exercise and get regular checkups. We will make healthy choices that improve our health and set an example for our family and friends.
Creating a healthy we
We recognize that there is a complex web of social and environmental factors that affect everyone’s health and limit the ability for many people to make healthy choices. Today we join the Generation Public Health movement to demand that our leaders consider these factors in all their decisions so that all people and all communities have the opportunity for a long, healthy life.
It is only when we come together that we are strong enough to create the healthiest nation in one generation.
We are Generation Public Health.
Chronic Disease Prevention
Looking for fun, family oriented opportunities for physical activity? The Local Motion Map identifies outdoor and indoor recreation opportunities, many of which are free and open to the public. The Local Motion Map is brought to you through generous support from Seneca Cornell Cooperative Extension, Finger Lakes Health, and the Seneca County Department of Health.
Community Health Assessment
The Seneca County Lead Poisoning Prevention Program provides lead poisoning testing for children. Free lead poisoning prevention education and materials are available for families, the community and medical professionals.