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Health Education


  • Smoking Cessation

  • Physical Activity

    • There are no Group Exercise Programs at this time; please check back.​

  • Educational Classes for Schools

  • CPR & First Aid

    • Bullitt County Health Department is no longer doing in-person classes. You may take the online American Heart Association E-Learning class and do the check-off with BCHD. Please call 502-955-5355 for more details.​

  • Professional Speakers for Health and Wellness

    • Provides professional speakers for health and wellness issues to schools, community organizations, and worksites. Reach out to us if you are interested in having a health presentation.​

  • Worksite Wellness

    • The worksite wellness program offered through the Bullitt County Health Department is a chance for people to maintain or improve their health. The program is designed to assist participants in finding ways to achieve their health goals in a way that coincides with their workplace. Studies show that healthier employees lead to a happier and more productive work environment. Since health goals can be diverse, the program is very flexible to the needs and desires of the participants. Some examples of health improvement goals could include health coaching, weight loss, smoking cessation, stress reduction, and improved physical activity.​

  • Health Fairs

    • We at BCHD love to be invited to participate in community resources or health fairs. Please contact us at 502-955-5355 or to see if we are available. Thank you for your interest in BCHD resources!​

  • Biometric Screenings

    • Call 502-955-5355 for more information.​

  • Other Events

Dollar General Recipes

Bullitt County Health Department is excited to bring you 7 Dollar General healthy meals that you can make with you family under $20! Check them out!

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The Safe Sleep Campaign is a statewide effort to raise awareness of and help inform parents and other child caregivers of the importance of safe sleep for babies. 

Safe Sleep Kentucky seeks to prevent SIDS-related infant deaths by emphasizing ABCD, the four letters associated with the best practices to make sure infants sleep safely.

A is for Alone - Stay close, sleep apart

B is for Back - On my back for night and naps

C is for Crib - In a Clean, Clear, Crib

D is for Danger - Be aware, not impaired. Drinking and drug use impair your ability to care for a baby, making bed-sharing and other unsafe sleep even more dangerous for the baby.

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