CHHD

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CHHDCommunity Health and Human Development (University of California, Berkeley)
CHHDCabell-Huntington Health Department (West Virginia)
CHHDCenter for the Study of Culture, Health, and Human Development (University of Connecticut; Storrs, CT)
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The physician director at the Cabell-Huntington Health Department, Michael Kilkenny, says there's no single cause for the decline.
In 2015, the West Virginia Bureau for Public Health funded a pilot project at the Cabell-Huntington Health Department as proposed by the Mayor's Office of Drug Control Policy in Huntington, West Virginia.
[1] Division of Viral Hepatitis, National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention, CDC; [2] HIV/AIDS Branch, Division of Epidemiology, Kentucky Department for Public Health, Cabinet for Health & Family Services; [3] Injury and Violence Prevention Branch, Chronic Disease and Injury Section, Division of Public Health, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services; [4] Kanawha-Charleston Health Department, Charleston, West Virginia; [5] Cabell-Huntington Health Department, Huntington, West Virginia; [6] Louisville Metro Syringe Exchange Program, Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness, Louisville, Kentucky; [7] North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition, Raleigh, North Carolina; [8] West Virginia Health Right, Inc., Charleston, West Virginia.
Michael Kilkenny, Physician Director of the Cabell-Huntington Health Department and Amy Tolliver of the West Virginia Perinatal Partnership.
William Christian, Robert Dozier, Sherif Ibrahim, Maggie Molitor, Annette Roberts, Sherry Rockwell, Melissa Scott, Carrie Thomas, West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources; Kim Lockwood, Kathleen Napier, Cabell-Huntington Health Department; Cabell-Huntington Hospital; City of Huntington Fire Department; City of Huntington Police Department; Saint Mary's Medical Center; Elizabeth Scharman, West Virginia Poison Center.