Join us on the 1st Tuesday of every month from 1:30-3:00pm for a Telehealth and Mobile Library stop at Adams Run Wiltown Community Center!

The purpose of the WISE (Women in the South-East) Telehealth Network is to improve women’s health and well-being by providing preventive care through health education, telehealth, referrals, and community resources. Services at these visits include health education, telehealth, referrals, and community resources related to: birth control, Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination, lactation consultations, cancer screenings, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) or HIV, pregnancy, mental health including depression during or after pregnancy, substance use, and nutrition/exercise.

Check www.ccpl.org/telehealth to learn more about this service and the most up to date schedule.

The Mobile Library is available for library services, such as library card signup, checking out books, and wifi access. 

Check www.ccpl.org/outreach/mobile-library to learn more about the Mobile Library and the most up to date schedule.

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