The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) Facebook Page was created to share health information, news, and events with the public. Anyone with access to the Internet can view the ADPH Facebook Page. Users with a Facebook account can click the "Like" button to interact with us. Users can also access our Facebook Page by clicking the Facebook icon at the top of the ADPH website.
ADPH Facebook Pages
- Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH)
- Alabama Comprehensive Cancer Control Coalition
- Alabama EMSC
- Alabama Healthy Women
- Alabama Office of EMS
- Alabama Public Health Training Network (ALPHTN)
- Alabama Teen Driving
- Alabama You Choose
- GAL - Get A Healthy Life
- Scale Back Alabama
Disclaimer: The ADPH Facebook pages were created to share health information, news, and events with the public. Posted comments and images do not necessarily represent the views of the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH), its officers or employees or of the State of Alabama. We encourage feedback and information sharing, but ask that you stay on topic and be respectful. You may not sell, promote, or advertise any products or services on the Facebook pages nor represent any such as being endorsed in any way by ADPH or the State of Alabama. We reserve the right to delete comments we deem inappropriate, profane, defamatory or harassing in nature and to block repeat offenders without notification.
Overview of Facebook
According to Facebook.com, the company's mission is "to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected." Facebook is the largest social network, with over 800 million users as of December 2011.
Facebook allows users to share information at a high capacity in various formats, including interests, contact information, blog postings, photos, videos, documents, links, and more. Users can communicate with Facebook friends and users publicly or privately, or use a chat feature. Users may join networks organized by school, college, or workplace and create their own "like" pages and interest groups.
Those with Facebook accounts can add friends, join interest groups, and "like" a page which enables them to interact with other users and receive notifications when new content has been added by a friend or a page. To create a "like" page or interest group, users must have a personal or business Facebook account. For more information on business accounts, visit the Facebook Help Center and click “Business Accounts.”
Creating an account is free. To create an account, go to http://facebook.com and type your full name, email address, desired password, gender, and date of birth where it says "Sign Up." After you click the "Sign Up" button, you will receive a confirmation email from Facebook at the email address you provided. Clicking on the confirmation link will complete the sign up process.
Page last updated: June 23, 2017