Family & Community Health Print

The Siouxland District Health's Family and Community Health Division offers a variety of services to the residents of Woodbury County.  Below is a list of services:



  • Immunizations for children birth through 18 years of age
  • Immunization provided through the Vaccine for Children Program


 Health Maintenance Program

  • Nursing Services
  • Medication Management
  • Administration of injections
  • Assists clients in managing chronic/stable conditions
  • Teaching and Nursing Interventions
  • Coordination with physician, pharmacy, community agency and/or caregiver

 Personal Care/Homemaker Program

  • Bathing / Personal care
  • Assistance with laundry
  • Light housekeeping: dusting, vacuuming, moping
  • Light meal preparation
  • Groceries / Errands *No transport available*
  • Case management with community resources
  • Provides services to individuals that allows them to remain in their home and live independtly

 Maternal Health

  • Help finding a doctor & dentist
  • Prenatal health education
  • Help finding insurance
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Referrals to community resources
  • Home visit after baby is born


Healthy Opportunities for Parents to Experience Success 

Eligible if pregnant or have an infant under age 3 at time of enrollment.

  • Home visits by a Family Support Worker
  • Information, education, and support
  • No charge to participants


Care for Yourself

Eligible women ages 40-64 may receive:

  • Mammogram, clinical breast exam, pap smear,  lipid/glucose testing, heart disease screening
  • Limited diagnostic follow-up


Nursing Clinic Services

  • TB testing and education
  • Children's immunizations under Vaccine for Children Program
  • Adult immunizations
  • Immigration immunizations
  • Travel immunizations
  • Communicable Disease Information
  • Health Information








Child Adolescent Health