These are the instructions for alternative background checks.
These instructions explain the fingerprint instructions for New Mexico applicants.
These instructions explain the fingerprint instructions for out of state applicants.
Lead dust and chips from lead-based paint are the most common source of lead poisoning. As lead-based paint ages, it can deteriorate (chip, crack, peel) because of weathering.
This document contains a list of frequently asked questions for parents to learn more about childhood lead poisoning.
This document covers in detail different topics about the Family Planning Program. Topics include Title X Family Planning services, contraceptives, sterilization, and more.
This is a patient information leaflet about Naloxone (Narcan) for intra-nasal use.
This helpful document explains how what causes an overdose, how to recognize an overdose, what to do if an overdose occurs, how to perform rescue breathing, how to administer naloxone, overdose myths, and more.
Instructions for Using a POD MOU Template
Steps for Processing POD Agreements
Checklist for Conducting Just In Time Training
Adverse Reaction Patient Instructions-Can be used for Reproduction and POD Handouts
Anthrax Ciprofolaxacin Instruction Sheet - Can be used for Reproduction and POD Client Handouts
Anthrax Doxycycline Instruction Sheet - Can be used for Reproduction and POD Client Handouts
Volunteer HIPAA Information Training Sheet
This fact sheet provides an overview of the program, explains program efforts and goals, provides program funding details, gives contact information, a list of partners, and more.
This document is designed to assist you with the vaccine borrowing process and data exchange locations for the Vaccines for Children program.
This document is designed to assist you with the vaccine borrowing process and the manual entry locations for the Vaccines for Children program.
This helpful list of frequently asked questions answers the most common questions about the Turquoise Lodge Hospital.
This fact sheet explains how doctors, nurses, and childcare experts use screening to check on how children grow and develop.