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Public Health and Environmental Safety

Supporting Mental Health and Substance Use Prevention, Treatment and Recovery
The City of Rockville will collaborate with MC and Montgomery Goes Purple on the event, “Let's Talk About Recovery: Supporting Mental Health and Substance Use Prevention, Treatment and Recovery,” 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 30 on the Rockville campus, 51 Mannakee St. Download event window

The event will include a panel discussion, education sessions with professional credits available, and Narcan distribution and training. Also included are sessions on support and resources for mental health and substance-use recovery designed for students, families, and those who support them. Register herenew window.


Welcome to the Public Health and Environmental Safety section of our operation. Public Health is the science of protecting and improving the health of people in the community. The work we do is achieved by promoting healthy lifestyles for all in our community, researching disease and injury prevention, and detecting, identifying, preventing, and responding to infectious diseases and environmental health concerns.

In Public Health and Environmental Safety, we are concerned with protecting the health and environment of our entire population, preventing problems from happening or recurring through implemented health programs, recommending polices, and administering services.

A. Chevelle Glymph
Director of Public Health and Environmental Safety

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Concern/Inquiry Form
If you wish to report a safety issue or ask a safety question about purchasing or proper disposal of chemicals, safety training for OSHA and EPA topics, or personal protective equipment selection, please fill out the information requested in the Concern/Inquiry form as thoroughly as possible.

Safety Programs and Information

Environmental Health and Occupational Safety Committee

Find out more about the College Environmental Health & Safety Committee, whose goal is to reinforce environmental health and safety as an institutional priority, and meet the committee members.