Media

Media

Thank you for covering the programs and services the Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency (HHSA) provides to our community. HHSA maintains a high level of transparency and strives to provide media partners with access to important information and to accommodate publication deadlines.

HHSA schedules interview times or responds to inquiries via email. It is important to note that the Agency maintains a staff of 2,000 employees located in 35 facilities and provides public services in a fast-paced environment. Advance notice via phone or email from media outlets is always appreciated. 

HHSA is dedicated to protecting and strengthening the well-being of the community. Partnering with media is important to our mission and allows us to further inform, educate, and protect our community members. 

Related Documents and Links

Facebook
Facebook

Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency's official Facebook Page.

Twitter
Twitter

Tulare County Health & Human Service Agency's official Twitter account.

Media Kit
Media Kit

Tulare County Health & Human Services media kit

News Releases
News Releases

Find press releases and advisories, as well as other shared information.

Public Information
Public Information

Click this link for timely information to educate and increase the well-being of our clients and community. 


Agency News

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