Depression Triples between the Ages of 12 and 15 among Adolescent Girls

News from Community Services posted on Tue, 08/14/2012 - 12:32pm

The Early Identification & Recognition Program of Cattaraugus County is dedicated to increasing community knowledge about mental health. Just as eyes/ears checks and yearly well-child visits are important for children it is equally as important to check in with their emotional health and development as well. For free emotional health screenings contact Meghan Monahan EIR Specialist at 716-701-3315

Human Services Fair

Fri, 02/24/2012 - 10:00am - 2:00pm

Be sure to stop by the Olean Center Mall on Friday February 24, 2012 from 10AM-2PM to participate check out the Human Services Fair!

The Early Identification & Recognition Program will be conducting FREE emotional well-being surveys for children ages 3 months-18 years.

Information resources about the newest program offered through the Department of Community Services will be available.

For further information or any questions please contact Meghan Monahan MSEd, MHC Early Identification & Recognition Specialist at 716-701-3315.

Screening Tools

The EIR program conveniently offers 3 tools capable of identifying and predicting emotional/behavioral health symptoms of children ages 3 months- 21 years of age.

1) The Ages & Stages Questionnaire: Social-Emotional (ASQ:SE) for children ages 3 months- 5 years 5 months.

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Health Fair

By: Health

Thu, 04/08/2010 - 5:00am - 8:30am

There will be a Health Fair on Thursday, April 8th—9:00 a.m. —12:30 p.m. hosted by the Cattaraugus County Health Department with the following services offered: Read more

Preventive / Reproductive Services Contacts

Preventive / Reproductive Services- Contacts

Susan Andrews, RN, MS, FNP, Patient Services Director

1 Leo Moss Dr., Olean, NY    14760

General Inquiries - (716)-373-8050 

Gloria Artlip Keyboard Specialist (716) 701-3438 GArtlip [at] cattco [dot] org

About Preventive Services

The Cattaraugus County Health Department's (CCHD) preventive services work to prevent disease before it happens. Studies show preventive public health measures are often more economically efficient in addressing both chronic and acute illness.  The CCHD utilizes a number of strategies  including; immunization, screening, environmental contaminate investigation and most importantly education to address a number of public health issues in the county.  Current services include; Read more

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