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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.

August is Breastfeeding Awareness Month in Michigan

We encourage women to give their baby the best start in life by breastfeeding

The experience of breastfeeding is special for so many reasons, including:

  • The closeness and bonding with your baby
  • The specific nutrition only you can provide
  • The cost savings
  • The health benefits for you and your baby

For more info visit:
or Call WIC: 906-786-4112 (Escanaba) or 906-863-4451 (Menominee)

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, August Dates: Tuesday, August 26th
  • Menominee office: 863-4451, August Dates: Thursday, August 14th
  • Click here for more information.

If you receive WIC, call today to find out how to
get uor $20 worth of coupons for FREE fruits and
vegatables to be used at your local
Farmer's Market!

For the 6/12/12 class in Delta, call:
(906) 786-4111

For the 6/27/14 class in Menominee, call:

*Click here for calendar of Farmers Markets vendors

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.