Chemung Valley Health Network Services Listing
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IN WITH YOUR CHILD'S EMOTIONAL HEALTH
a partnership with Family Services of Chemung County,
the Chemung County School Districts and Community Agencies,
Free, Confidential and Voluntary Emotional Health Screenings
will be offered to all students in the County during
the coming school year.
How a child feels
influences the success of their relationships at home,
in school and in the community. Checking on their emotional
health on an annual basis is important, just as important
as having their vision and hearing screened.
your child the opportunity to participate in the program.
For additional information, you may contact Maryann
Bullett or Marilyn Christofaro, Community Mental Health
Program Coordinators, at Family Services of Chemung
York State Child Health Plus
insurance is available to all uninsured children
who live in New York State regardless of income
and resources. If you do not have health insurance
for your child in Chemung County, please call
(800) 231-0744, visit www.mothersandbabies.org,
or visit one of these sites
in Chemung County to find out just how easy
and inexpensive it can be.
FREE CANCER SCREENING and
for those who qualify.
Chemung 737-2028 or Schuyler 535-9174
Do it for YOU
and those who love you!
the Uninsured Get a Quick Start on Rx Savings
the quick start savings card from Together Rx Access, individuals
who lack prescription drug coverage and are not eligible
for Medicare don't have to wait to start saving on the medicines
they need. Individuals and families can determine if they
qualify for the quick start savings card by calling 800-250-2839.
If eligible, the card can be used at the pharmacy counter
that day. Most cardholders save 25% to 40% on brand-name
prescription drugs and products with the free-to-get and
free-to-use Card. The program includes more than 300 brand-name
medicines and products, prescribed to treat diabetes, hypertension,
high cholesterol, allergy, asthma, arthritis, depression,
and other common conditions. Savings on a range of generic
medicines are also available. Email Amy Niles at firstname.lastname@example.org to
request a supply of quick start savings cards that you can
distribute to those who may be eligible.
more information about the program, go to www.TogetherRxAccess.com
County Unveils Community-Based Web Site for people
with: Mental Illness, Mental Retardation, Substance
Abuse Issues, Families, and Service Providers