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Programs that provide information that improves the public's understanding of living and working conditions and other factors that safeguard their health and prevent or reduce the risk of injury, disease, disability and premature death. Health education programs help people make informed decisions about matters which affect their personal health and the health of others. They inform the public of health and safety hazards, help people modify behaviors that compromise their health, encourage people to take advantage of early detection programs and provide information about treatment and rehabilitation options for people who have an illness, injury or disability. They also provide anticipatory information or guidance to help people deal with and understand specific medical procedures, being hospitalized or other necessary interfaces with the health care system.

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American Diabetes Association, Northeastern PAFunds research to prevent, cure and manage diabetes; delivers services; provides objective and credible information; and gives voice to those denied their rights because of diabetes.NorthamptonAmerican Diabetes Association Northeastern PennsylvaniaAmerican Diabetes Association
American Diabetes Association Philadelphia RegionProvides advocacy, information and education for adults and children with diabetes. Sponsors Family Link program, connecting families with children with diabetes. Conducts several fundraising events each year, including the following: - Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes - Bicycle Ride: Tour de Cure - School Walk for DiabetesPhiladelphiaAmerican Diabetes Association Philadelphia RegionAmerican Diabetes Association
Arthritis Foundation - Western PAThe Arthritis Foundation, Western Pennsylvania Chapter is one of 46 chapters nationwide that serve local communities. Based in Pittsburgh (Allegheny County), the chapter covers a geographic region of 19 counties. Service programs include: - Physician list - Educational material - Aquatics Program, Exercise Program and Tai Chi program - Self-help course teaches self management of arthritis - Speakers Bureau - Community education for medical professionalsAlleghenyArthritis Foundation - Western PAArthritis Foundation - Great Lakes Region
Blair County Drug & Alcohol Program, Inc. Health EducationBlairBlair County Drug & Alcohol Program, Inc. Fetal Alcohol Health EducationBlair County Drug & Alcohol Program, Inc.
Center for Independent Living of South Central PA - General Servies- Equipment Training Program allows individuals to borrow assistive technology and receive training on its use. Equipment is generally available for all areas of daily living. - Accessibility consultation tehnical assistance - Housing data and referral - Deaf action awareness program - Information and referral concerning disability and community services - Peer counseling - Advocacy - Service coordination - Transitioning -Independent Living Skills Training in individual and group sessions - Brain injury outreach and support BlairCenter for Independent Living of South Central PA Altoona OfficeCenter for Independent Living of South Central Pennsylvania
ChesPenn Health Services - Center for Family Health at Coatesville - Health EducationProvides comprehensive primary and preventive care and social services to medically underserved families and individuals on a sliding scale.ChesterCHESPENN HEALTH SERVICESChesPenn Health Services
Chronic DiseaseCoordinates all chronic disease programs sponsored and facilitated in partnership with other agencies; acts as a team leader for Injury Prevention, Tobacco, Oral Health, Asthma, Arthritis, Osteoporosis, as well as Cardiovascular programs. Chronic disease team nurses provide information to the public by presenting educational programs and are available for individual consultation.DauphinPennsylvania Department of Health - South Central District OfficePennsylvania Department of Health
Chronic Disease GeneralistPromotes technical assistance and educational programmming on cardiovascular disease, risk factors, signs of a heart attack or stroke, prevention strategies, and when to call 911. A particular emphasis is placed on reaching disparate populations. Promotes the American Heart Asssociation CPR Anytime kit through presentations in community settings or worksites. Promotes and/or hosts online continuing education webinars for healthcare professionals. Provides educational programs on the Food Guide pyramid, BMI (body mass index), Food label reading, and the importance of exercise. Promotes and provides workplace wellness programs that encourage environmental and systems changes that reduce cardiovascular risks.DauphinPennsylvania Department of Health - South Central District OfficePennsylvania Department of Health
Community Health EducationSpeakers bureau, literature, audio-visual aids, folic acid and prematurnity campaign materials, resource center offered.DauphinMarch Dimes Central Pennsylvania/Central DivisionMarch Dimes Central Pennsylvania/Central Division
Creating LandscapesInter-related educational programs designed to enlarge an individual's ability to make informed choices, experience good health, and integrate thinking with feeling. Bringing families together to experience the joy of working together while working toward a shared vision.CrawfordCreating LandscapesCreating Landscapes
Dental & Medical CareFamily Health services; Dental services; Vaccines for children; HealthyRX program; STD testing; HIV Testing and treatment; tobacco cessation program. Tobacco Education and Cessation Services are open to all residents of Cumberland and Perry Counties. There are no eligibility requirements to our educational programs. All classes held at Sadler Health Center are open to the public and at no cost to the resident. CumberlandSadler Health Center CorporationSadler Health Center Corporation
Department of Health, Southcentral DistrictServes 13 counties directly and through contract agencies to provide services including: Tuberculosis (TB), Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD), HIV Counseling & Testing (C/T), Immunizations, Communicable Disease Surveillance and Control, and Animal Bite Control. Additional services for high risk pregnant women, infants, children, and families, services to families with children with special health care needs, childhood lead poisoning, PKU, SIDS, Injury Prevention, Public Health Education, chronic disease prevention and intervention (i.e. diabetes, cancer, injury prevention, oral health , cardiovascular disesases,etc.) and environmental healthDauphinPennsylvania Department of Health - South Central District OfficePennsylvania Department of Health
EducationNTSAD-DV pursues speaking engagements to address adult and adolescent audiences as well as health care providers. Display and distribution of information materials is also a major part of our education program, and participation in health fairs, college campus events, synagogue and Federation activities, etc. is a priority. National Tay-Sachs and Allied Diseases Association of Delaware Valley - Montgomery; JenkintownNational Tay-Sachs and Allied Diseases Association of Delaware Valley
Education, Wellness and Support ServicesOffers programs designed to assist people in taking control of their own health and wellness. From diabetes management programs and classes on prepared childbirth and breastfeeding, to opportunities for yoga, older adult exercise, and smoking cessation. A resource for people to learn about better health and healthy living.MonroeLehigh Valley Hospital - PoconoLehigh Valley Health Network
Endometriosis AssociationFree brochures in 30+ languages; free information kit. Books, DVDs, nutritional supplements available for purchase. Members have access to Crisis Caller list and Healthcare Provider list. Endometriosis AssociationEndometriosis Association
Epilepsy Foundation Eastern PennsylvaniaVoluntary health organization that provides education, support and advocacy for people with epilepsy and their families. Programs and services include: - Informational materials - Medical, legal and mental health referrals - Adult resource services - Workshops and conferences - Children and family services - Support groups - Community education - Lending book and video library - Personal and legislative advocacy - Teen and pre-teen camp - Special events - Annual spring education conference - Young Adult RetreatPhiladelphiaEpilepsy Foundation Eastern PennsylvaniaEpilepsy Foundation Eastern Pennsylvania
Health EducationNutrition counseling, presentations and workshops on a range of health topics for both the public and employees, educational materialsHuntingdonJ.C. Blair Memorial Hospital - ProgramJ.C. Blair Memorial Hospital
Hispanic Community Counseling ServicesServices include: Crisis Intervention Psychotherapy Health Education Diagnostic/Psychiatric Evaluations Medication Support Clinical Assessment/Family Evaluations Community Educational Services Information and Referral Psychological Testing Group TherapyPhiladelphiaHispanic Community Counseling Services - Philadelphia; KensingtonHispanic Community Counseling Services
HIV PreventionAnonymous and confidential HIV Testing and counseling, referrals to doctors and case management. Risk reduction, partner notification, prevention education, PPD testing, Vaccines for HIV, positive clients, syphilis, CD4 and viral load testing.DauphinPennsylvania Department of Health - South Central District OfficePennsylvania Department of Health
John F. Kennedy Center - Main Office - Sickle Cell Anemia ProgramComprehensive case management services, education, outreach, counseling and support groups.ErieJohn F. Kennedy Center - Main OfficeJohn F. Kennedy Center
Katallasso Family Health CenterServices: -general primary healthcare services for children and adults -routine wellness care with disease prevention and screening -immunizations as indicated -non-emergency acute care -dental care -continuity of care with the management of chronic conditions -Community Health Education Our mission is to emulate the love of Jesus Christ by promoting wellness and providing quality healthcare for the body and soul. In cooperation with the church and others, Katallasso family health clinic will strive to reach beyond the health of the body for York city and surrounding communities.YorkKatallasso Family Health CenterKatallasso Family Health Center
Lancaster County State Health CenterOffers the following services: - Immunizations (all ages), offered by appointment Thursday, 9:00-11:30am & 1:00-2:30 pm. Immunization record must be brought along. Immunizations for measles, rubella, and mumps can be given between ages 12-15 months, others usually 2 months. The following immunizations are offered: DTP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis) IPV (Inactivated Polio Vaccine) Prevnar (Pneumocial vaccine for infants) MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) Hepatitis B-Hepatitis A Gardasil (Vaccine used to prevent cervical cancer and precancerous cervical lesions) HIB (hemophilus influenza) DT Booster or TD (for older children) Varicella (chickenpox) TDYS - Tuberculosis Clinics provide confidential diagnosis, treatment (including medication), and follow-up. (Will do a free testing for persons who have been exposed to the germ). TB clinic by appointment - HIV/AIDS antibody testing and pre- and post-test counseling. Free, confidential and anonymous. HIV clinic Tuesdays by appointment - Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) home visiting, bereavement counseling, and referral services - Lead Poisoning: Will provide lead testing, case management, nursing assessment, and arrangement of environmental inspection for children up to age six with a venous blood level at or above the level designated for case management by the Pa Dept. of Health. Provides general information on lead poisoning, including prevention, treatment and hazard reduction. Lead testing by appointment 3rd Thursday - Investigation and control of reportable diseases. Educates patient regarding possible source, transmission, and prevention/control measures. Investigations include reportable communicable and non-communicable diseases and food and/or waterborne disease outbreaks - Outbreak investigation of multiple cases of illness linked to a common source. Gathers information regarding symptoms, onset, activities, food and beverage history of ill versus non-ill persons. If threat of an outbreak that mass immunizations may prevent or limit, the center may quickly establish mass immunization sites among the non-immunized population. - High risk infant follow-up program for families without health insurance, who have premature infants, or infants with congenital defects. Home assessment, health education, and growth and development monitoring are provided by a nurse. - Information and referral services on Hepatitis C, AIDS, genetic disorders, cardiac, cleft palate, cystic fibrosis, phenylketonuria, spina bifida, sexually transmitted diseases. If there is a program at the state level for specific disorders, the staff will assist local residents in accessing these services. - PKU follow-up provided to infants with elevated phenylalanine levels. Nurse will act as a liaison between the family and the PKU Treatment Center. - Rabies prevention. All animal bites are reported to the State Health Center. Both victim and owner are contacted and informed of protocol for confinement of the animal. If there is a risk of rabies, a nurse will assess and educate the parties involved regarding the need for rabies prophylaxis. - Community Education Programs on such topics as: AIDS, diabetes, health risk education, high blood pressure, and nutrition. Farm and fire safety education programs for health fairs and parochial schools, including Amish schools. Health and safety educational programs for day care and HeadStart staffs and WIC parents. - Provides information on West Nile Virus. LancasterLancaster County State Health CenterPennsylvania Department of Health
Lebanon County State Health CenterOffers an immunization clinic, tuberculosis clinic, hypertension screenings, HIV clinic, home visiting and communicable disease reporting and follow-up.LebanonLebanon County State Health CenterPennsylvania Department of Health
Lupus Foundation of America - Philadelphia Tri-State ChapterNon-profit voluntary health organization dedicated to finding the cause and cure for lupus. - Provide direct financial support to research or emergency funding for qualified emergency needs related to lupus - Advocate to increase public and private support for research on lupus - Translate research finding into medically-sound information and programs - Heighten public awareness of the causes and consequences of lupus - Support individuals with lupus, their families and caregiversLupus Foundation of America - Philadelphia Tri-State ChapterLupus Foundation of America, Inc
March of Dimes - EducationThe March of Dimes offers a range of educational opportunities for health professionals. Some these opportunities include continuing education credits. We offer website resources, nursing modules, genetics education resources and more. 1 - Nursing education For more than 30 years, the March of Dimes has offered continuing education to perinatal nurses. Developed by top experts in the field, our print and online materials can be used for individual or group study. We also support future nursing leaders by awarding scholarships to students who are pursuing graduate degrees in perinatal nursing. 2 - Genetics education Our Preconception and Prenatal Genetic Screening Pocket Facts describes widely used screening methods and data for certain birth defects. Our Newborn Screening pocket facts focuses on the 28 metabolic conditions plus hearing that are currently screened for as part of the standard panel. Since the guide was first printed, the panel now includes screenings for congenital heart defects and severe combined immunodeficiency syndrome.DelawareMarch of Dimes Southeast PA ChapterMarch of Dimes
Mifflin County State Health CenterCommonwealth public health departmentMifflinMifflin County State Health CenterMifflin County State Health Center
National Organization for Rare DisordersInformation about rare disorders, medication assistance with certain drugs affecting rare diseases.DauphinNational Organization Rare DisordersNational Organization Rare Disorders
Oral Health, Osteoporosis Risk ReductionProvides educational materials and raises awareness of asthma, oral health and arthritis issues through educational programs in local communities and schools, and exercise and nutrition information. Important health messages on building strong bones, promoting good oral health and asthma management.DauphinPennsylvania Department of Health - South Central District OfficePennsylvania Department of Health
Penn State Hershey Medical Center - Spina Bifida ProgramComprehensive medical care for individuals with Spina Bifida, including testings, education and referrals.DauphinPenn State Hershey Medical CenterPenn State Hershey Medical Center
Pennsylvania Department of Health - Indiana County State Health CenterServices include communicable disease reporting and investigation; epidemiology, informational and referral; chronic disease prevention and intervention; clinical services (including sexually-transmitted disease and tuberculosis diagnosis and treatment, immunization, and HIV testing, counseling and education); family health programs and environmental health services (including animal bites and rabies information).IndianaIndiana County State Health CenterPennsylvania Department of Health
Pennsylvania Department of Health - Venango County State Health CenterTo provide emergency preparedness, immunizations, public health education, communicable disease surveillance and investigation, HIV testing & counseling, and other nursing services as mandated by PA legislation.VenangoPennsylvania Department of Health - Venango County State Health CenterPennsylvania Department of Health
Planned Parenthood Association - Coatesville Health CenterServices include: Abortion Referral Birth Control HIV Testing Men's Health Care Morning-After Pill (Emergency Contraception) Pregnancy Testing & Services STD Testing, Treatment & Vaccines Women's Health CareChesterPlanned Parenthood - Coatesville Health CenterPlanned Parenthood
Planned Parenthood Association - West Chester Health CenterServices include: Abortion Referral Birth Control HIV Testing Men's Health Care Morning-After Pill (Emergency Contraception) Pregnancy Testing & Services STD Testing, Treatment & Vaccines Women's Health CareChesterPlanned Parenthood - West ChesterPlanned Parenthood
REACCH Program for Women and ChildrenMedical care, treatment, education, pyschosocial support for HIV-positive pregnant women and HIV-exposed children.DauphinPinnacleHealth Medical Services' REACCH ProgramPinnacleHealth
Schuylkill County State Health CenterOffers an immunization clinic, tuberculosis clinic, hypertension screenings, HIV clinic, home visiting and communicable disease reporting and follow-up.SchuylkillSchuylkill County State Health CenterPennsylvania Department of Health
Skilled NursingOur primary nursing staff provides comprehensive physical, social and environmental assessments, case management, care plan development, individualized teaching and treatment programs, discharge planning, and client and caregiver support. Additional programs include Congestive Heart Failure, Diabetes Education and Management, Telehealth, Wound/Ostomy Care, and Wound VAC (Vacuum Assisted Closure). Who are our clients? Anyone newly diagnosed with an illness or with an exacerbation of a chronic illness who may need evaluation, education and/or treatment in any of the following areas: Disease process, Signs and symptoms of complications, Prevention of further complications, Infection control, Medications, Nutrition, Exercise programs, Activities of daily living, Coping skills, Pain management, Pressure ulcers, Surgical wounds or drains, Urinary catheters, Ostomies, and Safety. Our clients will achieve independence in the management of their disease process, diet, and medications. Our nursing staff will educate the client to be proactive in the ongoing management of health upon discharge. Our primary nursing staff includes Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Registered Nurses (RNs), all of whom are licensed to practice in the state of Pennsylvania. The Registered Nurses undergo extensive training in the performance of the physical, social, and environmental, and safety assessments. All RNs are required to continue their professional development by participating in accredited continuing educational seminars and workshopsBerksBerks Visiting Nurse AssociationHome Health Care Management
Skilled NursingOur primary nursing staff provides comprehensive physical, social and environmental assessments, case management, care plan development, individualized teaching and treatment programs, discharge planning, and client and caregiver support. Additional programs include Congestive Heart Failure, Diabetes Education and Management, Telehealth, Wound/Ostomy Care, and Wound VAC (Vacuum Assisted Closure). Who are our clients? Anyone newly diagnosed with an illness or with an exacerbation of a chronic illness who may need evaluation, education and/or treatment in any of the following areas: Disease process, Signs and symptoms of complications, Prevention of further complications, Infection control, Medications, Nutrition, Exercise programs, Activities of daily living, Coping skills, Pain management, Pressure ulcers, Surgical wounds or drains, Urinary catheters, Ostomies, and Safety. Our clients will achieve independence in the management of their disease process, diet, and medications. Our nursing staff will educate the client to be proactive in the ongoing management of health upon discharge. Our primary nursing staff includes Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Registered Nurses (RNs), all of whom are licensed to practice in the state of Pennsylvania. The Registered Nurses undergo extensive training in the performance of the physical, social, and environmental, and safety assessments. All RNs are required to continue their professional development by participating in accredited continuing educational seminars and workshopsBerksGreater Lehigh Valley Visiting Nurse AssociationHome Health Care Management
Skilled NursingOur primary nursing staff provides comprehensive physical, social and environmental assessments, case management, care plan development, individualized teaching and treatment programs, discharge planning, and client and caregiver support. Additional programs include Congestive Heart Failure, Diabetes Education and Management, Telehealth, Wound/Ostomy Care, and Wound VAC (Vacuum Assisted Closure). Who are our clients? Anyone newly diagnosed with an illness or with an exacerbation of a chronic illness who may need evaluation, education and/or treatment in any of the following areas: Disease process, Signs and symptoms of complications, Prevention of further complications, Infection control, Medications, Nutrition, Exercise programs, Activities of daily living, Coping skills, Pain management, Pressure ulcers, Surgical wounds or drains, Urinary catheters, Ostomies, and Safety. Our clients will achieve independence in the management of their disease process, diet, and medications. Our nursing staff will educate the client to be proactive in the ongoing management of health upon discharge. Our primary nursing staff includes Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Registered Nurses (RNs), all of whom are licensed to practice in the state of Pennsylvania. The Registered Nurses undergo extensive training in the performance of the physical, social, and environmental, and safety assessments. All RNs are required to continue their professional development by participating in accredited continuing educational seminars and workshopsBerks*Main Site (Home Health Care Management, Inc.)Home Health Care Management
Skilled NursingOur primary nursing staff provides comprehensive physical, social and environmental assessments, case management, care plan development, individualized teaching and treatment programs, discharge planning, and client and caregiver support. Additional programs include Congestive Heart Failure, Diabetes Education and Management, Telehealth, Wound/Ostomy Care, and Wound VAC (Vacuum Assisted Closure). Who are our clients? Anyone newly diagnosed with an illness or with an exacerbation of a chronic illness who may need evaluation, education and/or treatment in any of the following areas: Disease process, Signs and symptoms of complications, Prevention of further complications, Infection control, Medications, Nutrition, Exercise programs, Activities of daily living, Coping skills, Pain management, Pressure ulcers, Surgical wounds or drains, Urinary catheters, Ostomies, and Safety. Our clients will achieve independence in the management of their disease process, diet, and medications. Our nursing staff will educate the client to be proactive in the ongoing management of health upon discharge. Our primary nursing staff includes Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Registered Nurses (RNs), all of whom are licensed to practice in the state of Pennsylvania. The Registered Nurses undergo extensive training in the performance of the physical, social, and environmental, and safety assessments. All RNs are required to continue their professional development by participating in accredited continuing educational seminars and workshopsBerksVisiting Nurse Association of Pottstown and VicinityHome Health Care Management
Specialized Health EducationProvisions of materials in area of prenatal care and pre-conception planning including nursing modules series, continuing education programs, resource center, health conferences, training and support.DauphinMarch Dimes Central Pennsylvania/Central DivisionMarch Dimes Central Pennsylvania/Central Division
St. Clair Hospital Support GroupsSecond Wind Education Classes (for people with breathing problems such as asthma, emphysema, COPD etc.) Tobacco Cessation Programs AlleghenySt. Clair HospitalSt. Clair Hospital
Susquehanna County State Health CenterHealth centers engage in community health assessment and quality assurance activities and provide other public health services, including community integration and outreach programs, to promote healthy behaviors. Program support services include: • communicable disease reporting and investigation: • epidemiology, informational and referral; • chronic disease prevention and intervention programs; • communicable disease clinical services (including sexually-transmitted disease and tuberculosis diagnosis and treatment, immunization, and HIV testing, counseling and education); • family health programs and environmental health services SusquehannaSusquehanna County State Health DepartmentPennsylvania Department of Health
Wellspan Occupational Health - GettysburgServices focus on helping companies prevent work-related injuries and illness. WORKFIRST provides evaluation and treatment, and coordinated rehabilitation for employees, when an injury does occur. Services include:
  • Occupational Health Services •Workers Compensation •Physical Examination •Drug and Alcohol •Drug Testing Laboratory Information •WORKFIRST Drug Testing •Travel Clinic Worksite Wellness Services •Clinical Screenings •Wellness Assessments •Comprehensive Wellness Website •Health Coaching •Health Promotion and Educational Programs •Employee Assistance Program (EAP) •Pre-placement physicals that compare the worker to the physical demands of the job •Medical surveillance programs •Consultation and educational programs for supervisors and employees on injury/illness prevention •Ongoing case management of injuries •Customer-friendly billing and utilization reports
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    WellSpan Occupational Health - HanoverServices focus on helping companies prevent work-related injuries and illness. WORKFIRST provides evaluation and treatment, and coordinated rehabilitation for employees, when an injury does occur. Services include: Occupational Health Services •Workers Compensation •Physical Examination •Drug and Alcohol •Drug Testing Laboratory Information •WORKFIRST Drug Testing •Travel Clinic Worksite Wellness Services •Clinical Screenings •Wellness Assessments •Comprehensive Wellness Website •Health Coaching •Health Promotion and Educational Programs •Employee Assistance Program (EAP) •Pre-placement physicals that compare the worker to the physical demands of the job •Medical surveillance programs •Consultation and educational programs for supervisors and employees on injury/illness prevention •Ongoing case management of injuries •Customer-friendly billing and utilization reports YorkWellSpan Occupational Health - HanoverWellSpan Health
    WellSpan York HospitalYork Hospital is a 580-bed community teaching hospital serving South Central Pennsylvania.
  • Addiction Services (851-1500)
  • Pastoral Care (851-2305)
  • Dental Services (851-2655)
  • Diabetic Education (851-5341)
  • Thomas Hart Family Practice Center (851-2521)
  • York Hospital Community Health Center (851-2334)
  • Specialty Care Clinics (851-2427)
  • Child/Adolescent Psych Unit (840-0970)
  • Behavioral Health Services (851-1500)
  • Social Services/Care Management (851-2227)
  • STD Prevention & Detection (851-2251)
  • Wellness & Community Health Improvement (851-3222)
  • Lifeline - Emergency Signaling Device to Alert the Response
  • Center at York Hospital (851-2227)
  • Medical Library (851-2495) Service Sites:
  • Queensgate Laboratory (851-2500)
  • Windsor Laboratory (851-1765)
  • Westgate Laboratory (764-3351)
  • Stonebridge Diagnostic Center (812-2520)
  • Apple Hill Laboratory (741-8190)
  • East Berlin Diagnostic Center (259-7839)
  • Dover Diagnostic Center (851-6490)
  • Stony Brook Lab Services (757-4976)
  • Physician and Service Referral (851-3500 Or 800-840-5905)
  • Cardiovascular Services - York Hospital Heart Center (851-2176)
  • CPR/First Aid Instruction (851-2660 Sherri At Education Services)
  • York Cancer Center (741-8100)
  • Emergency Room (851-2311) WellSpan Rehabilitation:
  • Apple Hill
  • Banister Street
  • Queensgate Town Center
  • Shrewsbury
  • Hanover
  • Red Lion
  • Manchester
  • Etters
  • YorkWellSpan York HospitalWellSpan Health
    Youth Employment Service of Monroe County - Healthy Young MenEducates local young men on fitness and nutrition awareness and practice while encouraging self-discipline, self-esteem, self-respect, and positive reinforcement. Partnering with Lehigh Valley Health Network, young men between the ages 12-17, will be able to participate in this program.MonroeYouth Employment Service of Monroe CountyYouth Employment Service of Monroe County
    Youth Employment Service of Monroe County - Y.E.S. Spirit GirlsPartnering with Lehigh Valley Health Network Pocono to encourage healthy lifestyles and promote self-esteem among young women, all while having fun. Offer presentations on topics such as cancer prevention and awareness, nutrition, heart health, and adolescent health mentorship hosted by doctors, nurses, clinical staff, and other professional staff. Participate in a wide range of activities including community service projects for local non-profit organizations. Girls in grades 7-12 and are a resident of Monroe County are eligible to participate. MonroeYouth Employment Service of Monroe CountyYouth Employment Service of Monroe County

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