Maternal Child Health
Additional Programs and Services
AOK: All Our Kids Early Childhood Network - Ph: (309) 888-5539
AOK is a collaborative effort between the Illinois Department of Human Services, McLean County Health Department, area families, and local agencies. The overall goal of the AOK Network is to ensure that babies are born healthy, children remain healthy, enter school ready to learn, and families are satisfied with the services that they receive. The Network consists of a wide range of stakeholders representing health, mental health, early learning, human services, family support, faith-based organizations, families and more. AOK helps sponsor a number of events open to the community.
Watch the video below to learn more about AOK Networks.
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention - Ph: (309) 888-5457
The Lead Poisoning Prevention Program provides early detection of potential lead poisoning through risk assessment questionnaires, blood lead tests, education, referrals, and follow-ups for eligible clients. Environmental Health investigations are conducted by the Illinois Department of Public Health.
DCFS Medical Case Management - Ph: (309) 888-5465
The DCFS Medical Case Management Program provides comprehensive medical case management services to DCFS children, birth through five years of age, who are residing in foster care in McLean County.
HealthWorks - Ph: (309) 888-5465
HealthWorks is a collaborative effort between IDCFS, IDPA, and IDPH developed to facilitate access to essential health services for children in the care of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.
McLean County Milk Depot - Ph: (309) 888-5971
McLean County Milk Depot can only accept milk from donors approved through Mothers' Milk Bank of the Western Great Lakes (WGL). Please see the WGL flyer (PDF) for contact information.
Preventive Care for Children - Ph: (309) 888-5457
Preventive care services include immunizations, developmental screenings, and laboratory tests and are offered to children ages 0-5 years of age. Services are available to children in families meeting income criteria.