A Public Health Nurse will make a free home visit to a newborn and family. A health assessment is provided for both mother and infant. Educational materials are provided.
School Health Services
Health Education for students and staff
Communicable Disease control/follow up
Tobacco Prevention education
Preschool health assessment and developmental screening
Nutrition Newsletter for Educators
Nutrition presentations to students & staff
Promotes child passenger safety through education. Toddler and booster seats for sale at a nominal fee
Promotes oral health of maternal and child health population through education and information.
SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome)
Follow-up and education are provided to families.
ND Health Tracks
This program provides free preventative health care screenings, information, follow-up and referral for diagnosis and treatment to Medicaid eligible participants from newborn to age 2.
WIC is a nutrition information and food program for pregnant women, infants and children to age five. The program is funded by the Department of Agriculture (USDA) and eligibility is based on nutrition and income guidelines. WIC staff provide factual nutrition information to parents and their children to ensure optimum growth and development. Health screening and diet assessments are provided. Eligible clients receive food vouchers to be used in area stores.
Permanent offices are located in Dickinson and Bowman. Monthly clinics are held at Beach, and Mott. For further information call 1-701-483-1942 or 1-800-697-3145.
Food list in English
Food list in Spanish