Shapiro Administration is monitoring air quality conditions and working to help residents remain safe.
Shapiro Administration is committed to helping people struggling with addiction get the care they need while also holding drug traffickers accountable for peddling life-threatening illegal substances and harming others.
On May 11, Older Adult Mental Health Awareness Day, DCNR, Aging, and Health kick off collaboration to help stakeholders engage older adults, create programs and strengthen connections to nature
Acting Health Secretary Debra Bogen exemplifies the qualified leadership and dedication necessary to serve all Pennsylvanians.
Acting Secretary Bogen exemplifies the qualified leadership and dedication necessary to serve all Pennsylvanians.
The Shapiro Administration is working to increase access to quality health care and resources for Pennsylvania families and communities.
The new health resource network brings together well-known, trusted, local providers offering physical, specialty services.
Shapiro Administration continues investing in long-term care facilities.
Shapiro Administration is committed to maintaining public health preparedness to protect residents and communities.
The Department of Health Resource Center will continue operations in Beaver County and the Departments of Environmental Protection and Agriculture will continue to assist residents and answer their questions.
Shapiro Administration remains on the ground and actively engaged with Pennsylvania residents in need of assistance.
Department of Health encourages Pennsylvanians to carry life-saving medication
Shapiro Administration continues outreach to ensure community is heard, cared for in aftermath of Norfolk Southern train derailment.
Gov. Shapiro has mobilized a whole-of-government response and is committed to providing the resources and care Pennsylvanians impacted by the Norfolk Southern train derailment need.
Booster Shots Available for Children 5 and Older