The InfantSEE Program recommends that everyone get their baby’s eyes checked for the first time at 6 months old. The exam is free of charge, no matter the insurance situation. Parents simply need to mention the exam is for InfantSEE when they schedule an appointment. There is no paperwork needed for parents. You can find more information at www.infantsee.org.
Dr. Gootee’s office can perform eye exams for kids of any age. They have the equipment and training to check the eyes no matter the child’s situation.
By appointment public health nurses offer immunizations, flue shots, health tests and screenings, blood pressure checks lice checks and medication pregnancy tests, TB tests and screens for cholesterol, diabetes and anemia. Some charges may apply; insurance is accepted but not required.
Centerstone is a not-for-profit health care organization dedicated to delivering care that changes people’s lives. Family centered programming is available to promote mental health and wellness for children, teens and adults. Services available to individuals across the life span include individual, family, and group therapy, recovery coaching, life skills training, wraparound services, and employment coaching.
Clarity Pregnancy Services of Brown County offers free pregnancy test and education on all pregnancy options and community referrals. Material assistance for mother and babies ages birth to five i.e. diapers, formula, clothing, bottles, Pack & Play, and car seats. We provide compassionate non-judgmental client support and referrals for free ultrasounds and STI attesting at another Clarity location.
Free pregnancy tests
Education on all pregnancy options
Material assistance for mother and baby
Compassionate non-judgmental client support
Referrals for free ultrasounds and STI testing at another Clarity location
Indiana’s First Steps system is a family-centered, locally-based, coordinated system that provides early intervention services to infants and young children through age three who may have developmental delays or who have a diagnosed mental or physical condition that has a high probability of resulting in developmental delays. Service is generally provided in the home.
Provides urgent care for children who are ill as well as routine well-child visits, preschool/kindergarten and sports physicals. Well-child visits allow an opportunity to assess each child’s physical, behavioral, developmental and emotional well-being. When potential issues are identified, children benefit from early intervention and treatment. IU Health Salt Creek accepts most insurances including Medicaid and Healthy Indiana Plan.
Wellness for Life is a primary care and wellness service for children and families. Services include acute care, family medicine, help managing chronic conditions, medication dispensing and prescription, evaluation and treatment of minor and non-emergent issues and laboratory work. Children under 18 years of age are charged a monthly membership fee of $35.00. This fee is smaller if child is joining as part of a family with two adults.