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1st Annual Women’s Expo 5/17 from 2-7 pm
Illinois Yellow Dot Program
For those of you who have experience with the Vial of Life program the Yellow Dot program will be nothing new for you. Like the Vial of Life program the Yellow Dot program provides information to first responders that can potentially help save your life. The Yellow Dot program is intended for use in a motor vehicle in case of an accident. Participants will receive a yellow dot that is to be placed in the lower left hand corner of their rear window. The yellow dot signifies there is a folder in the glove compartment containing the following medical information about the motorists: participant’s name, close-up photo, emergency contact information, patient’s physician information, medical conditions, recent surgeries, allergies and a list of current medications. With this information on hand the first responders can give you the best possible care and potentially save your life with the information contained within the yellow dot folder.
AT&T Don’t Text While Driving Documentary
DCHD Breastfeeding Support
Nancy Viramontes Ruiz (To Email Click Here) is now the full time breastfeeding peer counserlor!! Nancy is fluent in both Spanish and English. For any questions you can email Nancy or call the 24 hour hotline for breastfeeding moms: 217-246-1368. Click here to get more information about the Support Group
Food Service Sanitation Manager Certification Classes 5 Hour Refresher and 15 Hour Initial Class A 5 hour refresher class will be offered in Douglas County at the Villa Grove Monical’s May 13th and 20th 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
- FSSMC certificate holders can attend either day.
- The 15 hour class requires attendance all day both days to earn the FSSMC .