We offer programs and services to help you live a healthier life:
Provides immunizations (shots, vaccines) for adults to prevent a variety of illnesses.
Can help you learn how to better manage your long-term health problems and lead an active, full life. Call (845) 364-2500 to find out when our next program is scheduled.
Provides breastfeeding counseling, presentations, support groups, and guidance for employers on establishing a worksite lactation program.
Provides information about reducing your risk of cancer, and referrals to local services, including free cancer screening programs.
Our free and low-cost programs will help you be a healthier you!
- Living Well with Diabetes Program can help you learn simple ways to take good care of yourself and manage your type 2 diabetes. Call us at (845) 364-2500 to find out when our next program is scheduled to begin.
- Diabetes Prevention Program can help you prevent type 2 diabetes by learning how to: improve your food choices and lose weight; increase your physical activity level; and learn coping skills to maintain weight loss. Are you at risk for type 2 diabetes? Take the Type 2 Diabetes Risk Test! Call us at (845) 364-3864 to find out if you are eligible to participate and to see when our next program is scheduled to begin.
Provides services to women in their childbearing years (teens to pre-menopause) and to men, including exams, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, HIV testing and counseling, birth control information and supplies, nutrition education, and Pap tests, pelvic exams and breast exams.
Provides flu vaccines to people ages nine and older, and is usually held September – January.
Helps eligible residents enroll in free or low-cost health insurance programs sponsored by New York State, such as Child Health Plus, Medicaid, and health insurance for pregnant women.
Provides rapid testing for HIV (results in 20 minutes). Medical and case management services are provided for people over the age of 18 living with HIV/AIDS.
This program provides home visits by nurses to assess the health status of a patient, offer health guidance, or evaluate placement in a facility.
We offer many clinics where residents of all ages can get the immunizations (shots, vaccines) you need to protect yourself and others from serious diseases and infections. We also can help you find reliable information on immunizations.
The ID Clinic provides medical services, nutrition counseling, and case management services to people over the age of 18 who are living with HIV/AIDS.
Looking for information about good nutrition, healthier cooking, weight loss, or where to find better food choices in your community? Then you've come to the right place! We can help you (and your family, friends and co-workers) find, prepare, and share healthier food (and beverage) choices.
Our award winning, highly successful Put It Out Rockland program offers a series of one-on-one, or group, quit smoking sessions with a quit smoking specialist and low-cost nicotine replacement products (for those medically eligible) to double your chances of being successful. Call 364-2651 to get help to quit.
Provides confidential testing and treatment for a variety of sexually transmitted infections, and free HIV tests.
Include a chest clinic for evaluation and treatment of people with active TB, their contacts and other people at high risk for TB, and a clinic that performs tuberculin skin tests to check for TB infection.
Engaging in a walking program can help reduce the risk of heart disease, burn calories, lower blood pressure, increase muscle tone, improve circulation, prevent bone loss, and make you feel good. Our 'Rockland County Walks' Initiative consists of several walking opportunities.
Ready to lose weight? Join the Lose to Win Weight Loss Program - an eight-week series that uses the latest guidelines to help you lose weight safely and successfully.
Provides free wellness assessments, resources, presentations, and other services to assist Rockland employers in creating healthier workplace environments.
Is a free nutrition program for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding and for children under the age of five. Participants who qualify based on financial need receive vouchers (checks) to purchase supplemental, nutritious foods such as milk, eggs, cheese, juice and cereal.