Lori Ryan, Administrator
118 Cross Creek Boulevard, Salem IL 62881    p 618.548.3878    f 618.548.3866
1013 North Poplar, Centralia, IL 62801    p 618.532.6518    f 618.532.6543
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Our Mission is to improve the quality of life for citizens in Marion County through preventing disease and preventative health maintenance.
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Volunteers Needed!
Volunteers are needed to help specifically in the event of an emergency.
Non-first responders and individuals who are not already obligated as
an emergency volunteer with another entity are needed. The utilization
of volunteers is essential in preserving public health during an
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STD's can show NO Symptoms; call to get tested!
Syphilis, Chlamydia and Gonorrhea infections are spread by sexual
contact, and if left untreated, can lead to  more serious infections. STD
testing is done by appointment only. A fee of $10 covers testing for all
three STD's. If the test result is positive or there is signs and
symptoms, the client will then be referred to a local medical facility for
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Great American Smokeout takes place on November 17, 2016.  The Great
American Smokeout (GASO), is an annual social engineering event on the third
Thursday of November by the American Cancer Society.  
The event encourages
Americans to stop tobacco smoking
.  The event challenges people to stop
smoking cigarettes for 24 hours, hoping their decision not to smoke will last
forever.  The first GASO was held in San Franciso's Union Square on November
16, 1977.  The event evolved from a series of smaller-scale initiatives.  In 1970, in
Randolph, Massachusetts, Arther P. Mullaney suggested people give up cigarettes
for a day and donate the money to local high school.  In 1974, a "Don't Smoke
Day" (or "D-Day") was promoted by Lynn R. Smith of the Monticello Times in
Monticello, Minnesota.  On November 18, 1976, the California Division of the
American Cancer Society successfully prompted nearly one million smokers to quit
for the day.  That California event marked the first Smokeout.

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