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Guide to Health Department Services

General Information 301-883-7879 | TDD/STS Dial 711 | www. princegeorgescountymd.gov/health

Addictions and Mental Health ƒ Early intervention services/service coordination for families and their
ƒ Substance abuse and mental health treatment services for women, children age birth to 3 years at risk for/diagnosed with developmental
including pregnant women, and women with children….301-324-2872 delays and/or disabilities...…………………………...….301-265-8415
ƒ Drug/alcohol evaluations/treatment for adolescents.……301-883-3514 Diabetes (see Health Education)
ƒ Drug/alcohol abuse/mental health treatment for men…...301-856-9400 Drug Abuse (see Addictions and Mental Health)
ƒ Outpatient drug/alcohol abuse treatment; evaluation, urinalysis testing, Emergency Preparedness…………………………………...301-883-3413
methadone maintenance/counseling…………………….301-583-5920 ƒ Prepares the Department and County citizens for health-related
ƒ Prevention information and educational programs……...301-883-3508 emergencies; recruits and trains volunteers for the Medical Reserve
ƒ Tobacco use cessation; prevention programs…………...301-883-7853 Corps (MRC)
Adolescents (see Teens) Environmental Health
Adults ƒ Food service facility permits/inspections, certification of food service
ƒ Nursing home facility licensure/inspections; follow-up on managers, complaints related to food service facilities or
complaints…………………………………………..…...301-324-2982 operations……………………………………………….301-883-7690
ƒ In-home evaluations for elderly and chronically ill persons, ƒ Residential environmental lead assessments with confirmed elevated
evaluations of persons with mental illness or developmental blood lead levels in children and adults; educational programs on safe
disabilities prior to nursing home admission.……….…..301-324-2980 lead abatement practices.………………………………..301-883-7650
AIDS (see HIV/AIDS) ƒ Plan reviews for construction/modification/remodeling/additions to
Alcoholism (see Addictions and Mental Health) licensed facilities; inspections of institutional food service facilities,
including hospital kitchen/vending areas, and public school kitchens,
Animal Bites (see Communicable Diseases)
and inspections of public spas, hot tubs, swimming pools and nursing
Anthrax (see Communicable Diseases) homes; food service manager training for non-profit, charitable
Birth Certificate Copies………………………………..……301-324-2939 organizations; related complaints….…………..…….….301-883-7650
Birth Control (see Family Planning) ƒ Well and septic system permits, percolation tests, water quality,
Breast Cancer (see Cancer/Screening and Treatment) sewage sludge, air quality, solid/hazardous waste and special medical
Cancer Education (see Health Education) waste; related complaints………...….....…...………….301-883-7681
Cancer Screening and Treatment Family Planning
ƒ Breast and cervical cancer screening, mammography, Pap tests for ƒ Contraceptive counseling and devices; emergency contraception;
women 40 and over who meet financial criteria.………..301-883-3525 pregnancy options information; Pap tests; abnormal Pap follow-up
ƒ Colorectal cancer prevention/education/screening/treatment for adults ………………………………………………………...1-888-561-4049
age 50 and over who meet financial and other criteria… 301-883-3524 Flu Vaccine (see Communicable Diseases)
Cardiovascular Disease (see Health Education) Food-Borne Diseases (see Communicable Diseases)
Cervical Cancer (see Cancer Screening and Treatment) Genital Warts (see Sexually Transmitted Diseases)
Chlamydia (see Sexually Transmitted Diseases) Gonorrhea (see Sexually Transmitted Diseases)
Cholesterol (see Health Education) Handicapped (see Developmental Delays/Disabilities in Children)
Colorectal Cancer (see Cancer Screening and Treatment) Health Education
Communicable Diseases ƒ Community education programs on breast cancer, cardiovascular
ƒ Animal bite/exposure investigation/follow-up……….....301-583-3750 disease, cancer detection and prevention, cholesterol, diabetes, high
ƒ Influenza (Flu) and pneumococcal vaccination clinics….301-583-3750 blood pressure, nutrition/healthy eating and physical activity
ƒ Investigation/follow-up on all communicable diseases including ………………..………………………………………....301-883-3526
hepatitis A and B, salmonellosis and other food/water-borne illnesses, ƒ Diabetes management classes and support groups……...301-883-3526
meningitis, vaccine-preventable diseases, anthrax and other unusual Health Insurance
disease outbreaks/occurrences ...……………………….301-583-3750 ƒ Information on, referral to, and application assistance for free or low-
ƒ Lyme Disease information ………………………….…301-583-3750 cost health insurance for pregnant women, families and children who
ƒ Rabies pre-exposure immunizations for persons at-risk for exposure to meet income criteria; pregnancy testing, psychosocial assessments,
rabies and post-exposure treatment……………………...301-583-3750 referrals, and WIC certification....Healthline (toll-free)1-888-561-4049
ƒ Rabies vaccination clinics for cats, dogs, and ferrets…...301-583-3750 ƒ Information on, screening and application for low-income adults and
ƒ Communicable diseases reporting procedures and a complete list of children through the Kaiser Bridge and Kaiser Care for Kids health
reportable communicable diseases…………………..…..301-583-3750 insurance programs:
ƒ Vector-borne disease information…………………….…301-583-3750 ………………………………….………..Adults 301-856-9449
ƒ West Nile Virus (WNV) information………………….301-583-3750 …..……………………………………….…..Children 301-883-7858
Contraception (see Family Planning) Health Statistics
Death Certificates………………………………….………..301-324-2939 ƒ Mortality/morbidity data, health trends/other health statistics
Dental Care …..………………………………………………………301-883-7846
ƒ General dental services for children ages 1 to 18, uninsured adults and Heart Disease (see Health Education)
maternity patients referred from the Health Department’s Maternal Hepatitis (see Communicable and Sexually Transmitted Diseases)
Health and Family Planning Program including comprehensive dental Herpes (see Sexually Transmitted Diseases)
treatment; emphasis on prevention/early intervention; referrals to High Blood Pressure (see Health Education)
appropriate specialty care; case management to assist families in HIV/AIDS
finding a dental home…………………………………...301-583-5900 ƒ HIV/AIDS counseling and testing………………………301-583-3700
Developmental Delays/Disabilities in Children ƒ HIV/AIDS treatment including medical/specialty care; nutrition
counseling, medication assistance, dental care, case management,
mental health/substance abuse counseling, transportation, support Nursing Home/Facility Licensure (see Adults)
groups, emergency financial assistance; prevention education and Nutrition (see Health Education and WIC)
outreach……..………………………………………...…301-583-3700 Outbreaks (also see Communicable Diseases)
Hypertension (see Health Education) ƒ To report communicable disease outbreaks……………..301-583-3750
Immigrant/Refugee Services (see Tuberculosis) Pap Tests (see Maternal Health and Cancer Screening and Treatment)
Immunizations (also see Communicable Diseases) Parenting (see Teens/Male)
ƒ Free immunizations for children ages 1 month to 20 years Partner Notification (see Sexually Transmitted Diseases)
……………………………….…………………….301-583-3300 Pneumococcal Vaccine (see Communicable Diseases)
ƒ Immunization outreach to private providers to ensure that children Pregnancy Testing (see Maternal Health)
they see are fully immunized …………………………...301-583-3300 Pre- and Post-Natal Care (see Maternal Health)
Infant Mortality Prevention Rabies Post-Exposure Treatment (see Communicable Diseases)
ƒ Home visits for pregnant women and children under age 2 at risk for Reportable Diseases (see Communicable Diseases)
poor birth outcomes or chronic/disabling conditions due to biological,
Ryan White Program
psychological, behavioral factors; counseling, parent education,
ƒ Manages contracts with community vendors that provide medical and
referrals………….……………………………………....301-883-7230
support services for persons affected by HIV/AIDS……301-883-7848
ƒ Hospital and home visiting services, interagency coordination of
SARS
services for pregnant and parenting mothers, and infants up to age 1
with significant health risks; nursing visits and teaching; focus on ƒ Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (See Communicable Diseases)
female substance abusers, HIV-positive women and infants, premature Senior Citizens (see Adults and Health Education and Medical
infants…………………………………………………...301-618-2464 Assistance)
ƒ Review of fetal/infant death records by a professional panel to identify Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
possible underlying causes of death…………………..…301-583-3385 ƒ Clinical examinations, diagnosis, treatment, for gonorrhea, syphilis,
Influenza Vaccine (see Communicable Diseases) chlamydia, herpes, genital warts and other STDs….....…301-583-3150
Injury Prevention ƒ Hepatitis A and B immunization series offered free to STD clients
ƒ Bicycle, pedestrian, playground safety programs……….301-883-7802 …………………………………………………………301-583-3150
Lead Poisoning Prevention ƒ HIV/AIDS counseling and testing ……………...…....301-583-3150
ƒ Coordination of care for children with elevated blood lead levels ƒ Partner services to identify individuals possibly exposed to or infected
resulting from exposure to lead paint or other lead products; education with STDs/HIV and encourage treatment. ………….…. 301-583-3150
and consultation about lead poisoning prevention to medical ƒ Education for community groups/at-risk individuals. ….301-583-3150
providers, teachers and day care operators.…….….........301-883-7230 Smoking (see Addictions and Mental Health)
Mammograms (see Cancer Screening and Treatment) Sport Physicals (see Teens/Male)
Maryland Medical Assistance (also see Health Insurance) Strokes (see Cardiovascular Disease)
ƒ Health insurance for families, children and pregnant Substance Abuse (see Addictions and Mental Health)
women………………………………………..……….1-800-561-4049 Syphilis (see Sexually Transmitted Diseases)
Maternal Health Teens
ƒ Pregnancy testing; pre- and post-natal care; hospital delivery ƒ Comprehensive health and social services through the School Based
arrangements; contraceptive services; Pap tests/abnormal Pap follow- Wellness Centers to students attending Bladensburg, Fairmont
up…………………………………………………...…1-888-561-4049 Heights, Northwestern and Oxon Hill high schools…….301-883-7887
ƒ Preconception/interconception care for women of childbearing age ƒ Female: Comprehensive reproductive health services through the
including health screenings, treatment of select chronic conditions, Healthy Teens Center to young women ages 10 to 24; health
nutrition counseling and other services to ensure health and well-being education, counseling, pregnancy testing, STD prevention and
during reproductive years……………………………….301-583-3340 treatment………………………………………………301-324-5141
Medical Assistance Services (also see Health Insurance) ƒ Male: Comprehensive health services to male adolescents and young
ƒ Follow-up of children ages 2-20 years and adults who are on Medical fathers through Adam's House, a health center for young men; male
Assistance and who are non-compliant with medical care (missing family planning, healthy manhood and relationship counseling,
medical appointments, not following medical instructions, etc.); home parenting groups, child support counseling, career development, sports
visits and calls by community health nurses………….…301-856-9449 physicals...…………………………………………….…240-492-2510
ƒ Personal care for frail persons on Medical Assistance who have a Tobacco Use Cessation Programs (see Addictions and Mental Health)
chronic disease, or who are developmentally disabled and need Tuberculosis
assistance with activities of daily living; assessment of patients' needs ƒ Comprehensive TB services to persons with suspected/ known TB
and monitoring of care by a provider in the home..……..301-883-3527 disease, or risk factors for TB infection or disease; services may
ƒ Transportation for persons on Medical Assistance to a physician's include assessment, TB skin testing, chest X-rays, physician
office, hospital or clinic for a medical appointment…….301-856-9555 evaluation, lab tests, HIV/AIDS counseling/testing, TB treatment and
ƒ Ombudsman available to assist Medical Assistance patients to resolve medication, nurse case management, home visits, directly observed
problems with their MCO…………………………….…301-856-9449 therapy (DOT), screening for selected at-risk groups…. 301-583-3110
Medical Records ƒ TB contact investigation, surveillance, reporting, monitoring;
ƒ Release of patient medical records patient’s consent…...301-324-2939 education and outreach ………………………………..301-583-3110
Medical Social Work Vaccine-Preventable Diseases (see Communicable Diseases)
ƒ Assessment, counseling, care coordination and referrals for women Vaccinations (see Immunizations and Communicable Diseases)
served by the Healthy Start Program, the Maternal Health and Family Vector-Borne Diseases (see Communicable Diseases)
Planning Program and the Healthy Teens Center; individual/group Venereal Diseases (see Sexually Transmitted Diseases)
counseling help clients change risky behaviors .………..240-492-2510 Water-Borne Diseases (see Communicable Diseases)
Men's Health (also see Teens/Male and Addictions and Mental Health) West Nile Virus/WNV (see Communicable Diseases)
ƒ Assistance for ex-offenders in transitioning back to the community; WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Program
counseling; child support advocacy; legal assistance; anger ƒ Nutrition education/supplemental food for low-income, pregnant,
management; crisis intervention; job preparation…..…...301-324-2939 breastfeeding, postpartum women and for children ages birth to 5 at
Mental Health (see Addictions and Mental Health) nutritional risk. …………………………..…..………….301-856-9600
Mental Retardation (see Developmental Delays/Disabilities in Children) Vital Records (see Birth/Death Certificates)
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