But despite the fact Brumage said the program is running on fumes, the health department will continue to offer it. We are obligated to continue to do this because this is basic public health, he said. We are doing communicable disease risk reduction, we are improving the environment by getting needles off the street. So were committed. It would just be easier most valuable to do this if we had a known stream of resources to have us continue to do this. The women said they think the Charleston area needs more medically assisted detox centers. Many people are afraid to go through detox without medical assistance, Jane said. People are scared to do it on their Thanking You own, she said. Its like living hell, especially [for] people who are older. The women said they hope the health department always offers the program. Its easy for people to judge them, Jane said. Jane said before she became an addict, she had a good job, but drugs eventually caused her to spiral.
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Cost: $5. Call 360-9287. Thursday Alcoholics Anonymous Early Bird meeting, 7-8 a.m., First United Methodist Church, Marquette. Handicapped accessible. Call AA Hotline, 249-4430. For a complete AA meetings list visit www.aa-marquettecounty .org. Superiorland Breakfast Kiwanis meets 7-8 a.m., Pioneer Room A of University Center at Northern Michigan University. Meetings are open to the public. discover thisMCHD Clinic Services available today at the Marquette County Health Department are: HIV/AIDS Counseling and Testing, Family Planning, Breast and Cervical Cancer additional reading Screening, STD, and Health Services from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. A WIC Clinic will be held from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
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