Special Report on
Alabama Department of Human Resources
Alabama Department of Human Resources - Trends
Latest Trending Story:
The area now known as Tuscaloosa County was discovered in 1540 by troops of Hernando DeSoto. The name Tuscaloosa is derived from the Choctaw Indian Chief Tushkauloosa, which, literally translated, means "Black Warrior". The Black Warrior River, which runs through Tuscaloosa County, is an essential link in Alabama's inland water system. In 1819, Tuscaloosa County was officially created by an act of the first State Legislature. Today, Tuscaloosa County is the second largest in the state with an area of 1,340 square miles. The population of the County is 178,404 people. *2008 Estimate, ...
An area of poor drainage is seen in the parking lot at the Colbert County Department of Human Resources facility in Muscle Shoals. Published: Monday, July 19, 2010 at 3:30 a.m. Last Modified: Sunday, July 18, 2010 at 8:59 p.m. Repairing and expanding the Colbert County Department of Human Resources offices in Muscle Shoals is a decision that will have to be made by the Colbert County Commission, even though the state will ultimately pay for the work. The director of the Colbert County DHR has asked the commission to repair damage caused by a leaky roof and to add several offices to the ... Read More
SURVEY RESULTS FOR
ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Health Reform & the Healthcare Workforce (06/17/2010 Webchat)
President Obama Nominates Dr. Benjamin for Surgeon General
- State Directory: State Substance Abuse Directors, Women's Services ...
- Recovery Month 2010 - Homelessness and Substance Use Disorder ...