IMAGE Heart Health was the focus at a special Elders' luncheon held Feb. 10, 2016

February is Children’s Dental, Heart Health Month

The Oneida Nation Health Services program is gearing up for an exciting year ahead. While changes will soon see the program unite with Behavioral Health at Dreamcatcher plaza, the focus in February is children’s dental health and heart health.

As such the department is hosting an open access day on Thursday, Feb. 18. Health Services clients up to age 17 will receive a dental exam, sealants and fluoride treatment. All clients will be entered into a gift basket drawing with the winner notified at the end of the month. Also, children enrolled in the Oneida Nation Early Learning Program, held at the Ray Elm Children and Elders Center, will take a tour of the facility – allowing hygienists a chance to spread the message of proper care ...
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