Child/Adolescent Health programs can help children (ages 0- 21 years) and families with the following:

  • Help with finding a doctor or dentist for medical/dental care
  • Assistance in obtaining healthcare coverage
  • Developmental and Social/Emotional Screenings
  • Blood lead level and Hemoglobin testing
  • Dental screenings, fluoride varnish application, oral health education
  • Referral to community resources and services
  • Health education and support on a variety of topics
  • Nutrition education and support
  • Dental hygienist, education, support and referral to treatment
Click the links below for more information on these programs/services:
Presumptive Eligibility        
Lead Poisoning
Child/Adolescent Health Coordinator: Alesia Houser
Phone: 641-682-8784