Child Fatality Review
Reviews deaths of children up to age 17 to help prevent future child deaths in Franklin County.
Child Injury Prevention
Prevent injuries from birth to 18, provides access to car safety seats, bike helmets, and home inspections for childcare.
School-based program offers plastic coatings on the back permanent molars of 2nd and 6th grade students.
Healthy Children, Healthy Weights
Promotes a healthy weight in children from birth to kindergarten.
Provides in-home assessments and support to protect children against hazards at home by focusing on asthma triggers and lead poisoning.
Immunizations and education for children and adults, offered at main building in Columbus and Worthington Clinic.
Project L.O.V.E. (Love Our kids Vaccinate Early)
Working to increase access to and the rates of immunizations for children and teens.
Promotes traffic safety through community coalition by focusing on safety belt use, drinking and driving, speeding, pedestrian safety, teen driving, and motorcycle safety.
Safe Routes to School
Makes walking and biking to school a safer, easier and more fun option for Columbus elementary and middle school students in participating schools.
Lead Poison Prevention
Provides testing for lead exposure in children age 9 months - 6 years.
WIC (Women, Infants and Children)
Supplemental food and nutrition education program for pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants, and children up to the age of 5.
Y.E.S. (You’re Extra Special)
A child-centered education prevention program for children whose lives have been affected by alcohol and other drug use. This 12-lesson support and education group is for children ages 8-13.