Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and Health Screenings for People Struggling with Addiction
& Pre-Diabetes, the best steps you can take to prevent and control...
Addiction is a disease. Treatment is a proven path to recovery.
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Make an appointment for a mammogram. Financial assistance and free ride services available.
Learn the Warning Signs of Binge and At-Risk Drinking
Find high-quality health care right here in Greene County!
After obtaining a small grant from the NYS Office of Rural Health to begin formation, our non-profit organization was incorporated in 1996. Since then, the Greene County Rural Health Network has enriched Greene County’s health care community by distributing nearly $5.5 million in grants to projects that further its mission to improve the health of Greene County residents.
The Healthy Weight Initiative aims to promote healthy weight among Greene County residents through exercise opportunities, healthier food options, and support for those struggling with eating disorders.
The program, Managing your Weight Loss with Manageable Challenges provides a realistic way to lose weight.
Calculate your recommended Daily Calorie Cap with our Calculator here!
Discard your unused medications properly and safely. Greene County, NY law enforcement agencies have installed “medication drop boxes” to help address the abuse of prescription drugs.
Anyone can deposit discontinued, expired or unwanted medications, especially controlled substances. No Questions asked and No Paperwork required. Just put your medications in these boxes, including prescription narcotics.
Obtaining all your health screening exams is one of the best steps you can take to ensure your good health. Early detection leads to early treatment, which means better health outcomes and lower health care costs. You can also see the recommended guidelines for health screening tests and immunization and check if you are up to date.
Find out how to schedule your screening today for breast cancer, colorectal cancer, diabetes, and more.