IMPORTANT: All Services by appointment only.

Following the guidance of IDPH for limiting exposure, Greene County Health Department will temporarily be providing all services by appointment only. For WIC, Immunizations, Flu Shots, TB Skin Testing, Pregnancy Testing, and High Blood Pressure Testing, please call to make an appointment. You will be screened when you arrive for your scheduled visit. Adults: only the individual needing a service may enter. For children: A parent or guardian will be permitted to accompany the child.

Child and Family Connections

WCU Building

Location: WCU Building
510 Main Street
Suite 615
Quincy, IL 62301

Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Evenings by appointment

Website: www.ROE1.org

Phone Number: (888)-222-9592 / TDD Available

Supported by the Regional Office of Education and Illinois Department of Human Services (DHS)

Statewide Voice and TTY: 1-800-323-GROW

 

Greene Co Health Dept ROE1 Services

Mission or Objective

To provide services to special needs children and information to consumers who serve special needs children. The committment is to bring services and families together in order to provide the highest quality life for children with special needs.

Overview

The Local Interagency Council is a community based resource and referral service. The Early Intervention Services Program helps families care for children with special needs or disabilities. It links families with important and essential medical, social and financial resources, as well as support groups to help provide their children with the best care possible.

Limitations

Child and Family Connections serves Adams, Brown, Calhoun, Cass, Greene, Jersey, Morgan, Pike and Scott Counties.

Eligibility

Assist your family with evaluations and assessments of your child, age birth to three years to determine eligibility for Early Intervention services. Early Intervention is for families with infants or toddlers up to 3 years of age who have an interest in the development of their child.