Social work is an integral part of our public health system in Mississippi, supporting programs such as Genetics, Early Intervention, Perinatal High Risk Management/Infant Services System, and STD/HIV. Public Health Social Workers are found in county health departments, MSDH administrative offices, and community agencies.
Public health social workers perform a variety of services and activities in the community. Working through various MSDH programs, they provide supporting services for mothers and children, couples planning a family, and people living with HIV. They also help:
For more information about public health social workers or any of the programs above, contact the county health department near you.
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