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997 N York Street
PO Box 266
Martinsville, IL 62442
P: 217-382-4207
F: 217-382-4226

Hours:
8 am-4 pm
Monday-Friday
By Appointment

 


   * CCHD SERVICES - CCHD Services 

 

                  

 

 

 

 FREE CAR SEAT CHECK

The Illinois State Police will be providing a Free Car Seat Check on Thursday, September 18th from 12:00pm to 2:00 pm at Clark County Family Medicine - 890 Ridgelawn Road, Martinsville, Illinois. If you are in need of a car seat or booster seat, assistance may be available.

 

Do you have questions about your Medicaid application? Call the ABE Customer Call Center at 1-800-843-6154 to check on your application status

or make changes. Or call the local DHS office in Charleston at 217-345-2188. They are located at 1550 Douglas Rd, Charleston, IL

 

SPECIAL ENROLLMENT PERIOD (SEP):

While Marketplace Open Enrollment Period has ended, there are still opportunities for some Illinoisans to get health coverage or change their plan. Visit GetCoveredIllinois.gov to find out.

 


The Affordable Care Act has provisions that work to ensure that breastfeeding is a possibility for all Moms. 

Breastfeeding Awareness

 

   

Meet Amanda a Former Smoker:

Meet Amanda.pdf

   

 

 


 BREASTFEEDING . . .

 Did you know:

If you need to break the suction of baby from your breast, gently place a finger in the corner of baby's mouth between their gums.

And remember. . .

Breastmilk is FREE!

 


   2014 DATES OF INTEREST:

SEPTEMBER IS:

- Baby Safety Month

 -National Cholesterol Education Month

- Reye's Syndrome Awareness Month

- 14-20 = Child Passenger Safety Week

- 27 = USA Family Health & Fitness Day

 

 

 

 

 

If you have an emergency situation - seek the nearest emergency room,
contact your Health Care Provider, call the sheriff's office at 826-6393
or call 911.