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Health Services for Men and Women

Immunizations - All immunizations including: vaccines for children; influenza and pneumonia vaccines; information and immunizations for overseas travel. You may contact your local health department for service times and appointments.

AIDS/HIV Testing - Confidential testing available. You may contact your local health department for times and appointments.

Tuberculosis - Evaluation and monitoring for TB cases and contacts. Tuberculin skin and blood tests, and chest X-rays as indicated. Testing is available for childcare providers. Call your local health department for an appointment.

Health Education - The staff is available to help with community health education, promotion, worksite programs, health counseling, and coalition building for better health.

Vital Statistics - Certified copies of death certificates are issued locally upon appropriate request. Birth and death certificate application available here.  

Sexually Transmitted Disease - Education, counseling, screening tests, exams and treatment. Completely confidential. Includes HIV testing. Call your local health department for clinic times.

ADAP – AIDS Drug Assistance Program - Assistance with HIV medications. Open to pregnant women and children.  Contact your local health department for more information.

Nursing Home Pre-Screenings (for possible nursing home placement).  Contact the local Department of Social Services.
Health History forms available in English and Spanish.

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program - Nutrition education and counseling and special food vouchers for eligible children less than five years of age. Services: Children 0-5 years of age, pregnant women, women until child is 6 months old, or up to 1 year if fully breast feeding. Provide financial assistance with food and formula. You may contact the local health department for more detailed information. Appointments required.


Last Updated: 07-01-2014

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