DANVILLE — The Sanctuary, 304 S. Market St., Danville, has released the following calendar of events for December.

Every day — Family Life Counseling will provide mental and emotional care for children, adults and families. Contact their office at 1-567-560-3582 to schedule.

Every Wednesday, 9 a.m. to noon — American Health Network/ Dr Elder will provide medical services, available for children and adults, staffed by Certified Nurse Practitioners Deb Samples (first and third Wednesdays), and Laura Segraves (second and fourth Wednesdays). Appointments are encouraged. To schedule, call 740-694-1261 and mention Danville clinic. Walk-ins welcome. Insurance, Medicare, Medicaid and private pay accepted.

Thursdays, Dec. 6 and 20, all day — Massage Therapy with Kate Meyers of “Top Notch Hands Massage Therapy.” Call Kate at 740-504-0044 to schedule or more information. Walk-ins welcome and appointments encouraged. Free consultations regarding service treatment times and costs.

Wednesday, Dec. 12 — Prenatal clinic for Amish Ladies. Contact Dr. Nolan Byler (330-359-5489) or Dr. Brent Lehman (330-359-5147) to schedule.

Thursday, Dec. 13 — WIC Clinic. WIC is a nutrition education program providing healthy supplemental foods for expectant and/or nursing mothers as well as families with infants and children up to age 5 who live in Knox County and meet the liberal income guidelines. Contact the Health Dept (740-392-2200, ext. 2256) to schedule for the WIC clinic at The Sanctuary. Mention the Danville site when scheduling.

Thursday, Dec. 13, 3-5 p.m.— Immunizations. Contact The Sanctuary (740-599-7224) for an appointment. Appointments are required. It is our desire to provide convenience in obtaining immunizations. Call Barb at Sanctuary Service Center, 740-599-7224, to schedule. Flu, HPV and meningitis vaccines are also available. Bring your immunization record. It is important to maintain your child’s schedule of immunizations. Please note: there is a fee for each visit for immunizations. However, no child will be denied immunization. Any questions, contact Knox County Health Dept., 740-399-8009.

 

 

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