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​The Office of Public Affairs provides information about programs, services and other matters related to the Cabinet for Health and Family Services to the media, the general public and CHFS employees.

Members of the media can reach a public information officer at 502-564-6786 or by visiting the Office of Public Affairs for a complete list of public information contacts, including after-hours numbers and areas of specialization.


Kentuckians Pledge to Get Things Done through AmeriCorps9/25/2018
Public Health Nurses Return from Hurricane Relief in North Carolina9/25/2018
First 72 On You - Preparedness for Pets9/24/2018
Kentucky to Host Experts at Regional Conference on Aging9/24/2018
First 72 On You - Emergency Preparedness for Seniors9/17/2018
Public Health Sends Nurses to Help in Hurricane Florence Recovery9/16/2018
First 72 On You - Family Preparedness9/10/2018
First 72 On You9/4/2018
Important Update on Medicaid Co-Pays7/27/2018
Possible Hepatitis A Related Death Reported in Louisville3/6/2018
Kentuckians Encouraged to Learn More About Birth Defects3/2/2018
State Providing Financial Assistance to Family Foster Caregivers3/2/2018
Flooding Creates Health, Safety Concerns2/26/2018
State Opens New Calloway Social Services Office2/23/2018
Sharp Increase in Hepatitis A Continues, Reaches 117 Cases2/22/2018
State Providing Financial Assistance to Family Foster Caregivers2/13/2018
Move With Heart to Better Your Heart2/8/2018
Kentucky Flu Epidemic Influenza-related Deaths Reach 1002/2/2018
Testing Your Home Can Protect Your Health1/26/2018
Kentucky Reports Flu Activity Now Epidemic1/24/2018
Kentucky Health Official Invited to Share Innovative Strategies Addressing Opioid Epidemic at National Conference of State Legislatures1/23/2018
CHFS, Home of the Innocents Partner to Provide Transitional Health Care to Foster Youth1/22/2018
State Makes Applying for Child Care Assistance Easier for Families1/18/2018
Kentucky Reports its First Pediatric Deaths for the Season as Flu Activity Remains Widespread1/12/2018
Prevent Infections for Kentucky Babies' Protection1/12/2018

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