MENOMINEE — Public Health, Delta and Menominee Counties, 909 10th Ave., announces its monthly clinic schedule. All services are by appointment only. The clinic is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and can be reached by calling 906-863-4451.

Anonymous and free HIV/AIDS testing and counseling is available. Evening appointments are available for some clinics.

Today — Syringe service program

Thursday — Immunizations and family planning

Friday — WIC

Monday — No clinics scheduled

Tuesday — Immunizations and family planning

Nov. 11 — Syringe service program

Nov. 12 — Family planning and immunizations

Nov. 13 — WIC

WIC: Women, Infants and Children provides nutrition education, health referrals and free supplemental food for eligible pregnant women, breastfeeding and post-partum women, infants and children up to 5 years.

Children’s Special Health Care Services: This program assists individuals from birth to 21 years of age (families of all income levels) who have a special health need that may benefit from specialized care or the use of specialized equipment.

Hearing & Vision Screening: This program provides services for preschool and kindergarten aged children and EPSDT clients. Screening also provided to select age groups in the school setting.

Lead Prevention: This program provides blood lead testing, prevention education, and referrals to providers when indicated by elevated lead levels.

Family Planning Services: This program provides general reproductive health services, multiple contraceptive options, related health education, counseling, and referrals as necessary.

STI/HIV: This program provides counseling and testing, partner notification, prevention education and referral services for men and women. (HIV services offered anonymously)

Immunizations: This program provides infant, childhood and adult immunizations. Many vaccines are available at a reduced cost to those who qualify.

BCCCNP: Breast and Cervical Cancer Control and Navigation Program provides screening services free of charge to eligible women ages 40-64. Referrals for additional diagnostics and follow-up services available.

WISEWOMAN: This program offers screening for cholesterol, blood pressure and glucose, and are available to women enrolled in BCCCNP.

Early On: This program is designed for individuals from birth to three years of age, who have an established condition or developmental delays. They can receive free in-home visits to monitor progress and receive therapy if needed. There are no income guidelines

Fluoride Varnish: Provided to children under the age of three years old with Michigan Medicaid.

Healthy Families of the U.P.: free in-home visitation program to help someone build strong relationship with their child. Pregnant women or families with a child under three months of age qualify and can be seen until the child is five years old.

National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP): Offers an effective lifestyle change program for adults with prediabetes or at risk for type 2 diabetes.

Tobacco Prevention/Education: This program works to eliminate exposure to second hand smoke and provides education about tobacco use, smoking cessation and nicotine replacement. Quit smoking program is available.

Syringe Service Program (SSP): Provides free injection supplies and needle disposal. Offers opportunities to discuss harm reduction.