Join CCCHC is celebrating National Recovery Month! You are invited to a sober barbeque at Hazen Heritage Park on Thursday, Sept 20 from 5:30‐8:00 p.m. Bring the family for a fun evening filled with guest speakers, music, education, yard games and zumba. Please bring your own lawn chair.
All adults should have their cholesterol measured, learn their cholesterol numbers and their risk for heart disease, and follow a heart‐healthy lifestyle to lower their risk for disease. To learn more go to www.cdc.gov/cholesterol
Are you on track? Coal Country Community Health Center is offering backpacks filled with fun! Children ages 3‐6 years old must complete their Well Child Check in the month of September to receive a backpack. Call to schedule an appointment for your child at any of the CCCHC Clinic locations!
All CCCHC Clinics will be closed Monday, September 3rd in observance of Labor Day. We will open regular hours on Tuesday, September 4th. Have a safe holiday weekend!
Join us in Center on Saturday, August 11th during the Oliver County Fair for a Color Run/Walk. The run/walk begins at 9:00 AM. Registration forms are located at Coal Country Community Health Center. $20/per adult, $15/ages 6-12 and ages 5 and under: FREE. Registration fee includes Oliver County Fair Pass for Saturday.
DUI Classes are being offered August 3‐6 at Coal Country Community Health Center Beulah Clinic. Please contact the clinic at 7018737788 for more information or to register by August 1.
Call to schedule your sports physical appointment at CCCHC today! Bring the Sports Physical Form with and have the Parent/Athlete section completed. This form is provided by your school or visit www.ndhsaa.com to print a form. Parents please accompany your student athlete.
Talk to your doctor or other healthcare professional to make sure your children get the vaccinations they need when they need them. If you haven’t already, check your child’s immunization record and schedule a visit to their physician or clinic. Doing so now will avoid a potential last‐minute rush and will help make sure there are no surprises on the first day back to school. To learn more about Immunizations check out the Centers for Disease Control website at www.cdc.gov/vaccines.