Programs

Chronic pain is defined as having pain ongoing for more than 3 months, although some health care professionals say its ongoing for 6 months or more.

Pap tests can find abnormal cells on the cervix. Treating these cells early can stop cancer from developing.

Warfarin education is available individually or in small group sessions, for those clients taking the medication.

Colorectal cancer is the second most deadly form of cancer among men and women. If detected early, it is highly treatable.

Learn how to change your relationship with food, by learning how to change your craving for food.

Breast cancer is one of the most widespread cancers and by doing a mammogram, eligible women can detect this form of cancer in its early stages and receive treatment.

The smoking cessation program is available to those who wish to quit smoking, but require some help to do so.