Public Health Nursing
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Clinics are conducted on Monday and Tuesday, from 1-3:45 pm and Fridays from 8:45-10:45 pm by appointment. All childhood immunization are provided. Most insurances are accepted.
Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Supplemental Food Program
This is a supplemental food program that helps eligible pregnant, breast-feeding, and postpartum women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are at risk for health problems. WIC provides food rich in calcium, iron, and protein. WIC promotes breast feeding, which is accomplished through individual and group counseling.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Clinic
This free and confidential walk-in clinic operates every Thursday from 8:30 am to 10:00 am.
Tuberculosis Skin Testing
Testing is done Tuesday mornings by appointment. Fee is $20.00 per test.
HIV/AIDS Counseling and Testing
Counseling and testing is available by walk-in Thursdays from 9:00 to 11:00 am. Other times are available by appointment.
A picture ID is required for confidential testing.
Communicable Disease Investigation
Follow up individuals reported with communicable diseases and their contacts to prevent the spread of disease.
Children with Medical Handicaps (CMH)
Nursing referrals and coordination of services for children with special health care needs are available for individuals under 21 years of age. Core functions include: diagnostic program, treatment program, team service coordination program, public health nursing services, and medical home for children with special health care needs.
Cribs for Kids Program
This program offers free instructions about safe sleep environments for babies. Limited supply of portable cribs available for free to eligible parents. Call for the next scheduled class.
Car Seat Installation/Inspection Station
Contact Emily Edwards, Public Health Nurse at 330-821-7373 x 26 for an appointment.
Newborn Home Visitation Program
This program is available to first-time moms, teen mothers, and others who request a visit.A registered nurse assesses the baby and the mother's health and recovery. Information about child development is offered and connection to community services and supports is provided. Call 330-821-7373 to schedule a visit or complete the Newborn Home Visit Form
Lead Poisoning Prevention Program
Case Management and education for reported elevated lead levels in children. Home environmental assessment intervention. International Travel
Current information on international travel is available at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.
Common questions about vaccines and other information can be obtained at the CDC website.
Assistance with enrolling in Medicaid and accessing appropriate Medicaid-covered services is also available. Access the website for applying for Ohio Medicaid.