My Body Matters is a campaign for the Breast and Cervical Cancer Project Northeast Ohio region, promoting free services to eligible women. Are you between 40 and 65 years of age? Are you without health insurance? Do you have limited income? Do you live in Ashtabula, Carroll, Columbiana, Cuyahoga, Geauga,
Purpose Our Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) committee promotes the advancement of health equity, improved quality of service, and the elimination of health care disparities. The committee is charged with monitoring and helping to ensure that all policies, programs, and services
For an Appointment or Information Call The Child and Family Health Services (CFHS) program helps pregnant women and their children to stay healthy. CFHS also collects local health information to inform the development of community-based programs. CFHS services help: Families find a doctor Families
For an Appointment or Information Call The Cuyahoga County Board of Health conducts inspections for Type B (6 or less children) home day care providers who receive assistance from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The inspections are required by the Ohio Department of Education – Division
Bureau for Children with Medical Handicaps (BCMH) helps pay for special health care needs in children. It may cover costs not paid by Medicaid or private health insurance. It can lessen your out of pocket costs. We provide services for children living in all cities in Cuyahoga County.
The CCBH Contract Review Committee (CRC) was initially established for the purpose of requesting quotes, reviewing and approving quotes, and awarding contracts for the lead hazard control services under the Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control grants. In April of 2016, the duties of this committee were
For an Appointment or Information Call Cancer is a general term often used to describe a group of separate diseases such as breast cancer, colon cancer, and lung cancer. Cancer is more common than people realize as 1 out of 2 males and 1 out of 3 females will develop cancer at some point in their lifetime. Each
The program reviews the causes of death of children less than 18 years old who lived in Cuyahoga County. A group of doctors, nurses, social workers, police, mental health experts and the medical examiner meets every month. They look at facts about the child and the death. The group looks for ways to