CLINTON COUNTY MINORITY HEALTH COALITION
Indiana Minority Health Coalition addresses health disparities through research, training, education, and advocacy, for better access to quality health care services. Educational sessions, screenings, and other interventions are just a few of the programs that we offer to help minimize the risk for heart disease, obesity, diabetes, and other health conditions that can inhabit your ability to lead a long productive life.
Currently we're at the Open Door Clinic to help translate and do presentations/health screenings, host mobile food pantries, host COVID-19 testing and vaccine clinics while answering questions through our COVID helpline. Find out more about what we're currently doing below. Our newest program coming is "Cambia tu estilo de vida, cambia tu vida", which means change your lifestyle, change your life. This program is targeting Latinos who have diabetes and educating them about diabetes - what they should be doing. As of right now the program is in Spanish, but we hope to bring it in English as well.
if we are not in the office we are probably doing one of the below...
Open door clinic
Open Door Clinic is a donation based clinic. At the Open Door Clinic, we do referrals for mental health, mammograms, pap smears, diabetes and blood pressure checks. We also do medicine assistance through an application process for diabetic patients who need insulin on a daily basis.
There is always a Spanish speaking representative available.
Open Door Clinic Hours
Monday: 11 - 1pm & 2 - 4:30pm
Extended Hours: 4:30 - 7:30pm (COVID TESTING)
Wednesday 11 - 1pm & 2 - 4:30pm
Friday 9 - 12pm
Extended Hours: 12 - 2pm (COVID TESTING
The Learning Network of Clinton County has initiated a helpline to assist English and Spanish speaking community members registering for COVID -19 testing and vaccines. This helpline was implemented after many community families were having issues with the registration process either due to lack of technology or lack of information. The Learning Network saw the need to partner with the local Health Department of Clinton County to help reduce the number of new COVID-19 cases and keep our community healthy and safe. The helpline is available to all members of the community
Monday - Friday
9 AM to 7 PM