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
Emergency Phone Number ONLY 618-322-3878
Office Hours: 8:00 am - 5:15 pm, Monday thru Friday
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Environmental Health
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Lyme Disease
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Child Safety Newborn to 5 years old
Child Safety 8 to18 years old
Childhood Lead Poisoning
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STD Testing

Education
Breastfeeding Month
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Childhood Obesity
Education Services Offered
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Smoking Facts
Smoking: Tips for Quitting


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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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Last Updated: 2/17   
International Travel
This project was made possible by funds received
from the Illinois Department of Public Health.
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
emergency. Volunteers will be utilized to provide manpower or
knowledge.
More About Volunteering
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
treatment.
More on STD's and Testing
For a list of all of
our services,
check out or
download our
brochure!

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to open a PDF
document)
Drug Testing
now offered through the
Health Department. Call
548-3878 or
click here for
more information.
Winter storms and cold temperatures can be hazardous.  Stay safe
and healthy by planning ahead.  Prepare your home and cars.  
Prepare for power outages and outdoor activity.  Check on older
adults.

Take these steps for your home:
    Install weather stripping, insulation, and storm windows, insulate water lines that run
along exterior walls, clean out your gutters and repair roof leaks.

Prepare your car:
    Keep gas tank full to avoid ice in the tank and fuel lines, use a wintertime formula in
your windshield washer.  Prepare a winter emergency kit to keep in your car in case
you become stranded.  The kit should include:  blankets, food and water, booster
cables, flares, tire pump, and a bag of sand or cat litter (for traction), flashlight,
battery-powered radio, and extra batteries, and first-aid kit.

Take Precautions Outdoors:
    Wear appropriate outdoor clothing:  layers of light, warm clothing, mittens, hats,
scarves, and waterproof boots.

Be aware of the wind chill factor.  Work slowly when doing outside chores.  
Carry a cell phone.  Take a buddy and an emergency kit when you are
traveling or participating in outdoor recreation.