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Board of Health Committee

will meet on

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

At Pinecrest Medical Care Facility

Powers, MI

2:00 p.m. CDT / 3:00 p.m. EDT

New to Public Health, Delta & Menominee Counties

The National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP) will be held at:

  • Public Health Department in Escanaba
    Tuesdays, September 16, 2014 - January 13, 2015 (No class December 23rd or December 30th)
    5:30 - 6:30 pm EST
    *Monthly meetings to follow the 2nd Tuesday of the month - February through July

  • Spies Library in Menominee
    To be announced

Please contact Kristi at 906-789-8110 to register. For more information, click here.

Senior Health

Screening Program

Public Health, Delta & Menominee Counties is offering a FREE Senior Health Screening to
all eligible persons over the age of 60 in Delta & Menominee counties. This one-time per
year screening is for those who have no health insurance or routine preventative health
services or who have not been to a health care provider in the past year. Call today to see
if you are eligible and to make an appointment:

  • Delta office: 786-4111, September Dates: Tuesday, September 9th
  • Menominee office: 863-4451, September Dates: Friday & Thursday, September 19th & 25th
  • Click here for more information.

Newborn Feeding Class

The WIC Program at Public Health Delta-Menominee invites pregnant moms to
participate in a newborn feeding class. Join us to learn about:

  • differences between formula and breast milk
  • how to get breastfeeding off to a good start
  • maintaining your supply and reaching your breast feeding goals
  • For Newborn Feeding Class Schedule, click here.

Sexually Transmitted Infections among Young Americans

Proportion STI Young People
  • Young people account for a substantial proportion of new STIs
  • Many youth do not know they’re infected because STIs often have no symptoms
  • Unique factors place youth at risk for STIs
  • Young People Can Protect Themselves from STIs
Young People from STIs

This information has been provided by the CDC. For more information or have questions please visit:
Information on STDs
or call 1 (800) CDC INFO or email

For the complete Drive Thru Flyer: click here.