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 PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATION


Genesis VNA & Hospice - Public Health Nursing Agency for Clinton County

Genesis VNA and Hospice
611 N 2nd St
Clinton, IA 52732
Phone:      563-242-7165
FAX:           563-242-7197
Toll Free:  1-866-862-2862
www.genesishealth.com

Programs Include:

  • Care for Yourself
  • Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention
  • Clinton County Community Needs Assessment
  • Emergency Preparedness Planning
  • Communicable Disease Reporting
  • Community Outreach Nurse and Foot Care
  • Immunization
  • Family Connects
  • Home and Community Based Services (HCBS)
  • Bright Beginnings
  • Nurse Family Partnership
  • Homemaking Services/Home Care Aid
  • Hospice Care
  • Hospice House
  • Skilled Nursing Services
     

For more information on any of these programs, including contact information, please see the detailed program list.

Other Health Services Available to the People of Clinton County

Women's Health Services

Important health services for women as well as men.
2635 Lincoln Way
Clinton, IA 52732
Phone:      563-243-1413
Toll Free:  1-800-664-1413
www.womenshealthservices.org
Services available include:
  • Family planning: Birth Control, Annual Exams, Pap Smears
  • Pregnancy Testing and Counseling
  • STD Testing and Treatment
  • Rapid HIV Testing & Counseling (results in 20 minutes and strictly confidential)
  • Gynecological Care
  • Menopausal & Post-Menopausal Issues
  • Breast & Cervical Cancer Screening
  • Obstetrical Care and Delivery, onsite Ultrasound
  • Infertility Treatment and Referrals
 

WIC (Women, Infants and Children)

Hillcrest Family Services
215 6th Ave. S.
Clinton, IA 52732
Phone: 563-243-9329
Toll Free: 877-437-2942
FAX: 563-243-2213

http://hillcrest-fs.org/services/health-wellness

WIC is a nutrition education and supplemental food program that serves:
  • Pregnant women
  • Breastfeeding women
  • Postpartum women that are not breastfeeding (up to 6 months after delivery)
  • Infants and children (up to 5 years of age)

WIC also provides breastfeeding support and health care referrals. To see if you are eligible, call either of the phone numbers listed above. If there is no answer, please leave a message. Additional information can also be found on the website.
 

Bridgeview Mental Health Services

Bridgeview Community Mental Health Center
638 S. Bluff Blvd.
Clinton, IA 52732

Phone:   563-243-5633
FAX: 563-243-9567
www.bridgeviewcmhc.com

Services provided include:

  • Counseling for individuals, couples and families
  • Medication management and assistance
  • Psychiatric and psychological evaluations
  • Community support services
  • Parenting classes
  • Anger management classes
  • Various therapy and treatment groups
  • Integrated Health Homes
 

Clinton/Jackson Early Childhood Iowa

Gwen Deming, Director
226 11th St.
DeWitt, IA 52742
Phone: (563) 659-3651
Fax: (563) 659-2616
http://www.clintoncounty-ia.gov/Clinton_Jackson_Early_Childhood_Iowa?nt=
 
Clinton/Jackson Early Childhood Iowa

The purpose of Clinton/Jackson Early Childhood Iowa is to meet the needs of local children birth-5 years of age and their families while meeting the specific goals established by the Iowa legislature.
The vision of Clinton/Jackson Early Childhood Iowa is that every child, beginning at birth will be healthy and successful.

Priority areas of Clinton and Jackson counties Early Childhood Iowa:

  • Provide resources and support for healthy parenting
  • Improve the availability and access to quality health care services
  • Increase access and opportunities for quality preschool/childcare experiences 

Clinton/Jackson DECAT

Nicole Mann, Coordinator
600 West 4th St.
Davenport, IA 52801
Phone: (563) 326-8221
http://www.clintoncounty-ia.gov/Page/Clinton_Jackson_Early_Childhood_Iowa.aspx?nt=636

Decategorization of child welfare and juvenile justice funding in Clinton, Jackson, Cedar, Scott, Dubuque, and Muscatine Counties whose purpose includes redirecting child welfare and juvenile justice funding to services which are more preventative, family centered and community based.
 
Community Partnerships for Protecting Children – 2014 Clinton and Jackson Counties Children and Family Resource Guide (PDF contains resource referrals for food, healthcare, housing, etc.)

ASAC/New Directions

Area Substance Abuse Council
250 20th Ave. N., Ste. 250
Clinton, IA 52732
Phone: 563-243-2124

www.asac.us

Services provided include:


Center for Alcohol & Drug Services, Inc. (CADS)


PO Box 909
Bettendorf, IA 52722
Phone: 563-823-4500
24 Hour Toll Free Crisis Line: 1-800-238-7633 (1-800-BETS OFF)
http://www.cads-ia.com
www.1800betsoff.org

Gambling treatment program services include:
  • Assessments
  • Crisis counseling
  • Financial counseling
  • Recovery support services (bus pass, gas cards, clothing/hygiene items, rent assistance, back utility assistance, wellness)
  • Community outreach
  • Free education/training services. 
This is a program for anyone who is experiencing distress in their lives due to gambling, whether it is their own or that of a family member or friend.
 

Community Action of Eastern Iowa/CHORE

Clinton Office:
240 N. Bluff Blvd., Suite 203
Clinton, IA 52732
Phone: 563-243-5220 or 1-866-243-5220
FAX: 563-243-7331

www.iacommunityaction.org

DeWitt Office:
1415B 11th St.
DeWitt, IA 52742
Phone: 563-659-8492 or 1-877-659-8492
FAX: 563-659-2354
www.iacommunityaction.org
 

Services provided include:

   Head Start

   Iowa Child Care Resource and Referral

   Child and Adult Care Food Program

   Community Services

   Family Development and Self-Sufficiency

   Weatherization

I-Smile™ Program

Clinton and Jackson Counties
Kati McNeme, RDH
VNS of Iowa I-Smile™ Coordinator
Office Phone: 319-362-3149 extension 209
Cell Phone: 515-661-3715
www.ismiledentalhome.iowa.gov
 
The I-Smile™ Program provides oral health screenings, oral health education, nutrition education relating to oral health, fluoride varnish application, and referral to a dentist for comprehensive dental needs.  The program serves children ages 0-21 and pregnant women.  I-Smile™ can assist families when they need:
  • To find a dental home or dental insurance for their child
  • Assistance scheduling appointments and appointment reminders
  • Assistance in arranging transportation to dental appointments
  • Translation services regarding their dental care
 
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the American Dental Association say that the first dental visit should occur within six months after your baby’s first tooth appears, and no later than your child’s first birthday!  
 

Delta Dental of Iowa
Dental Wellness Plan

 
Clinton and Jackson Counties
Shannon McManus, RDH
Dental Wellness Plan Coordinator
Cell: 515-631-8582
www.DWPIowa.com
 
The Dental Wellness Plan is the dental insurance provided by Delta Dental for members with the Iowa Health and Wellness Plan or Marketplace Choice medical insurance. This Plan provides immediate dental services to members age 19-64, who are not eligible for Medicaid or Medicare and who fall within the income guidelines. The program can assist members when they need:
 
•         To find a dental home or have questions regarding their dental insurance
•         Assistance scheduling appointments and appointment reminders
•         Assistance in arranging transportation to dental appointments
•         Translation services regarding their dental care
 
For assistance with your Dental Wellness Plan or to apply for coverage, please call Shannon at 515-631-8582 or check out the website at www.DWPIowa.com