We take pride in offering a wide range of women’s health services and encourage females of all ages to benefit from our services. Our program is open to minors without parental support, as we prioritize the need for quality healthcare for every woman.
We also offer screening for sexually transmitted diseases during your annual visit or initial visit at no extra cost. Our fees are age and income-based, and we go the extra mile to ensure everyone got the best quality services they deserve. We can’t wait to serve you, and please contact us for further assistance.
Teen Pregnancy – Teen pregnancy is a serious matter that requires additional support and resources for both the teen and her family. It can create emotional, financial, and physical challenges for everyone involved. So, if you have a pregnant teen in your home, you know how important it is to seek professional help. We recommend calling our office to speak with a registered nurse who can provide guidance and assistance. The nurse can make home visits to check on the health of both the mother and the baby, as well as offer resources to alleviate stress and provide additional support. Whether it’s counseling, prenatal care, or financial assistance, the nurse will be able to connect you with the appropriate resources to help your teen through this challenging time. Remember, seeking help is a sign of strength and can make all the difference in ensuring a healthy pregnancy and future for both mother and child.
Becoming a MOM (BAM) – Becoming a Mom is a prenatal education program that educates pregnant women and their partners on prenatal care, pregnancy health, labor & delivery, infant feeding, infant care, safe sleep, and postpartum care. The program consists of six two (2) hour sessions that are held at the Health Department. Participants can earn incentives like car seats and pack n plays for attending all six sessions.
The Baby and Me Tobacco Free program – This program is an evidence- based tobacco session program for pregnant women. The program combines cessation support specific to pregnant women and offers incentives, supports low socio-economic groups, implements motivational interviewing skills, and monitors the success of participants. Participants who quit smoking and stay quit have the opportunity to earn diaper vouchers for the first 12 months after delivery.
For more information, please call the Health Department at (620)251-4210.
604 S Union St
Coffeyville, KS 67337
Phone: (620) 251-4210
Fax: (620) 251-6708
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 – 5:00