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SEK Multi-County Health Department

Creating a Healthy Community

Services

All four of our offices offer a wide range of services. See locations for details on specific clinic dates. and we have a registered nurse at each location to provide the best care possible.

We are also a Safe Haven for Newborns!

If you are pregnant and do not know what to do, please give us a call or use the National Helpline (1-844-767-2229). We are here to help.

Information and tips for breastfeeding, including health benefits and breastfeeding resources. SEKMCHD has Certified Breastfeeding Educators who can help and provide breastfeeding support for expectant and experienced moms.

SEKMCHD works with child care providers in Allen, Anderson, Franklin, Greenwood, Linn, and Woodson Counties. Information for both those wanting to be a child care provider, as well as those looking for child care, can be found on the Child Care Licensing page.

Our women's health services include counseling and education, preconception care, screening and laboratory tests, and various FDA approved methods of contraception. Call your health department to schedule an appointment.

All four of our offices have Maternal Child Health (MCH) Home Visitors!

MCH Home Visitors provide outreach visits to pregnant women and families with newborns. Under public health nurse supervision, visitors provide in-home interventions such as education, support and referrals to other community services.

Learn more!

Immunizations are the best way to protect you and your family from vaccine-preventable diseases. We offer a wide variety of vaccines, including all vaccines that are required for school entry.

WIC (Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children) is for pregnant and postpartum women, infants and children up to age 5 who are determined to be at nutritional risk and meet income guidelines. Find more information about the program and see if you qualify.

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