Family health programs include evaluations, clinical and therapeutic services, education, case management, and consultation to individuals and groups at home, at work, at school, and in public health centers.
Program areas include child health, early intervention, lead poisoning prevention, maternal and prenatal care, family planning, nutrition, and injury prevention and control.
Clinics are offered for family planning services, including pregnancy testing, prenatal support services, and breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screening.
Family Health services are generally available at low-cost or no cost to members of the public. Commercial, Medicaid and Medicare insurance coverage is accepted.