The Child Health and Maternal Infant Health Service is a comprehensive health program designed to serve pregnant women and their children and to improve the health of the mother during pregnancy in order to deliver a healthy baby.
Child Health Services
Age-appropriate, Well Child maintenance which include growth measurements, developmental screening, physical exams, and laboratory testing as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
Age-appropriate counseling for common childhood concerns (nutrition, toilet habits, discipline, dental, and safety concerns)
Blood lead screenings from six months to six years
School health assessments
Free screenings at Russell Child Development Center
Health assessments for child care
Healthy Start Home Visitor Program (HSHV)
The HSHV program is free and provides a home visit to expectant and new parents in Grant County. It provides information and support related to pregnancy health and about becoming a new parent. The program's purpose is for every woman to have a healthy baby and a healthy family.