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If you are unable to find what you are looking for below, please check the alphabetical listing under Public Health Directory email AskPH or call us at 651.266.2400.

Child & Teen Checkups (C&TC)
Provides outreach to families of MA and Minnesota Care eligible children ages birth to 21, facilitation of well-child care, and provider education.  The purpose of the checkups is to identify and treat health problems early.
More information | 651.266.2420

Childhood Lead Poison Prevention
Screening of at-risk children, follow-up of elevated lead cases and provider education.  
More information | 651.266.1832

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Immunization Services
Low cost immunizations are available for infants, children, and adults who are uninsured, underinsured, or otherwise unable to access services. 
Immunizations | Immunization Clinic | 651.266.1234

Sexual Health Services
Provides all medically accepted methods of birth control, physical exams, follow-up colposcopy, pregnancy tests, diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (STD) including HIV testing and counseling.
Sexual Health Services | Family Planning (Birth Control) | STD Testing & Treatment | HIV Testing & Counseling

Tuberculosis (TB) Control  Services 
Detects and controls tuberculosis through screening (mantoux tests and chest x-rays), treatment and case management.  Education is provided to individuals and families, other agencies and the community.  Services by appointment only. 
Tuberculosis | Tuberculosis Clinic | Pre-Employment and School Testing | 651.266.1343

Correctional Health
Works cooperatively with and is a resource to Ramsey County Department of Community Corrections and Ramsey County Sheriff's Department to ensure that quality health care services are provided in a respectful manner to incarcerated and detained individuals. Correctional Health Care Services provide assessment, screening, treatment and education for detained and incarcerated youths and adults of Ramsey County.
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Family Health Home Visiting
Program activities are directed toward promoting the health and well-being of pregnant and parenting families, enhancing parent/child interaction and attachment, promoting healthy child growth and development, promoting effective child spacing; preventing childhood illness, unintentional injury and abuse; and promoting health care access, self-sufficiency and positive parenting.
More information | 651.266.1555

Home and Community Care Programs
Designed to support elderly and people with disabilities in their efforts to remain living as independently in the community as possible.  There are several different programs that are targeted to specific age groups and types of disabilities.  Also referred to as Case Management, Long Term Care Consultation(LTCC) or Waiver Programs.
More information | 651.266.3613 (adults) | 651.266.4500 (children) | 651.266.2400 (CAC information)

Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program
Provides case management for Ramsey County infants born to hepatitis B positive mothers and education on prevention of hepatitis B transmission. 

Personal Care Attendants (PCAs)
Public health nurses assess eligibility for the PCA program.  This program is a Medical Assistance (MA) funded program for physically and mentally challenged adults and children.  Its purpose is to provide home based personal care services in order to support independence in the community.
More information | 651.266.3613

Refugee Health
Assures refugee screening at community health sites and coordinates follow-up care and services.  651.266.1244

SOS Sexual Violence Services
Free and confidential services, provided to victims of sexual violence, their families, friends and other concerned persons. 
SOS | Counseling & Support | Sexual Assault Protocol Team | Safe Harbors Youth Intervention Project | Education | Volunteer Opportunities | 651.266.1000

A nutrition education program that provides supplemental foods which promote good health for pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and children up to their fifth birthday.  Participants in the WIC Program receive vouchers for nutritious foods, nutrition education and referrals to services in their neighborhood, including doctors, nurses and social service agencies
WIC | Eligibility | Food Information | Nutrition Education | Breastfeeding | 651.266.1300

Health Care & Coverage
Online tools made available through Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Health Care & Coverage (MDH) | Find a Health Center (HHS) | Learn about Health Insurance (HHS)