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DYK? Young people age 15-24 are at higher risk of getting STDs. In fact, they make up half of all new STDs each year! Find out how to protect yourself and your partners from STDs at https://go.usa.gov/xnhFK #STDMonth18 #TreatMeRight
Many STDs are curable and all are treatable! If you’re diagnosed with an STD, talk to your health care provider to find out what medicine is right for you. Learn more: https://go.usa.gov/xnhFW #STDMonth18 #TreatMeRight
Are you comfortable talking to your health care provider about STD testing? Finding someone you trust and feel comfortable discussing your sexual health needs with is important. Check out this list for what to look for in a health care provider: https://w...
The Lenawee County Health Department is proud to announce that we are participating in the Wear One Campaign!
In 2014 this program was launched in Ottawa County to increase FREE condom availability, create awareness and promote acceptance of con...
The health department offers reproductive health services for both men and women on a sliding fee scale.
For more information call 517-264-5226 (option 2).
It's National Infant Immunization Week! You know vaccines protect your child against diseases but did you ever wonder how they worked?
Learn how vaccines help your child develop immunity to 14 different diseases at the CDC's vaccine website for p...
Happy Earth Day!
This year's campaign is to End Plastic Pollution. Do you know how BIG your carbon footprint is? Visit www.earthday.org/earthday/ to take the Earth Day quiz and see your carbon footprint.
You can get s...
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month....just drive!
For ideas on how to help fix the problem and to pledge to drive cell-free visit:
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month!
For more information on resources available contact the Catherine Cobb Domestic Violence Shelter at 517-264-6776 or visit the National Sexual Violence Resource Center at:
It's STI Awareness Month! The theme this year is "Treat me Right". A strong relationship between patients and healthcare providers is an important part of stopping the STI rise in its tracks. To learn more about STI...
If you are a woman aged 40 - 64 years you may be eligible for FREE mammograms, pap smears and cholesterol tests through June 15, 2018!
Call Kelli at 517-264-5235 or visit: