Did you know we provide Communicable Disease Services?
Services include treatment and testing for all reportable diseases, including sexually transmitted diseases, HIV and TB.
Disease Prevention is vital to the health and prosperity of a community in controlling the threat of communicable diseases and to educate the public on how to protect themselves from illnesses.
The family planning program provides the following services:
- Physical exams
- Cervical cancer screening
- Breast/testicular cancer screening
- Sexually transmitted infection testing
- STI treatment
- High blood pressure screening
- Anemia screening
- Pregnancy testing
- Contraceptive methods
The program also provides counseling and education regarding reproductive and other health related topics.
The Breast and Cervical Screening Program provides breast and cervical cancer screening to eligible women and diagnostic follow-up tests for those with suspicious results.
Facts about the Program:
- The risk of cancer increases with age
- All women are at risk
- All services are covered by the program if you are eligible
All women must meet the following general eligibility requirements:
- Age: Must be between the age of 40 and 64
- Income: 250% FPL or less
- Insurance: uninsured or underinsured
(Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment)
- Identify and effectively intervene with those who are at moderate or high risk for psychosocial or health care problems related to their alcohol or drug use.
- Offer basic intervention, motivational counseling and referral to treatment.