Bond County Health Dept, 618-664-1442 (FAX 618-664-1744) 1520 S 4th St Greenville, IL Send Bond Co Health Dept an Email! Join us on Facebook!

Bond County Health Department is...

Certified Local Health Department
CARF Accredited
Medicaid Certified
Medicare Certified
Licensed by State of Illinois

Members of:
Illinois Rural Health Association
Illinois Homecare & Hospice Council
Home Care Across Illinois
Community Behavioral Healthcare Association
Health Care Provider Alliance of Illinois
Chamber of Commerce
National Hospice Organization
Illinois Association of Public Health Administration
National Association of County and City Health Officials
Illinois Public Health Association
American Dental Society

 

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Maternal-Child Health Programs

Maternal-Child Health Our Maternal Child Health Programs at Bond County Health Department are here to assist families in any way we can. Programs are available to Bond County residents, some require income determination. Our staff members are skilled to assist with prenatal care, pediatric health, nutritional needs and much more. Call us today.

Women-Infants-Children (W.I.C.)

Nutrition education and supplemental program for pregnant, breastfeeding or postpartum women, their infants, children up to age 5, and their families. Eligibility based on household size, income, age, and/or medical determination. Call us today to check how this excellent program can help you!

     Grocery bills stretching your budget? WIC offers coupons for items such as milk, eggs, cereal and fresh fruits and vegetables for free!

     Did you know WIC Income guidelines changed? You may very well qualify. This is NOT foodstamps. Click here for more information.

Breastfeeding Support

All MCH nurses are ready to help with breastfeeding questions and offer the support you may need to help you and baby! We have two Certified Lactation Counselors and one Peer Counselor. We are here to help - even if you do not qualify for our other MCH programs.

Family Case Management

Specialized nursing care and education available to pregnant teens, women, and infants up to age one - based on eligibility. The MCH nurses and staff are here to help with medical coverage, infant items, prenatal education, domestic referrals, and more. Clients are eligible for at least one home visit by a nurse while on program.

Lead Screening

Available to all county residents, MCH nurses obtain lead blood samples for testing. These meet criteria for required school and preschool entry. Should results indicate, a follow up education, repeat testing, and possible home assessment are also available. Call for an appointment, fee based on income. Physicians order required unless enrolled in WIC.

APORS

Adverse Pregnancy Outcome Reporting provides continuity of nursing care for those infants that may require extra care after birth and hospital discharge. There is no income determination. The nursing visits can take place at the home for family convenience. Infants may be followed for up to two years.

All Kids Medical Coverage

Available to all in the community, the MCH staff can assist families with applications for Illinois Medical Coverage/All Kids. As an agent site for All Kids, staff will also provide follow up on coverage status. No child or family should be without medical coverage-call today!

Genetics

Many genetic related questions can be addressed through our genetic screening program. This is available to anyone in the community. Referrals and follow up available also. Pre-conception counseling and information also available.

  

Maternal Child Health Programs at Bond County Health Department:

(618) 664-1442 - ext. 122

Toll Free: (877) 942-4645

  



  

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