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Stories from our Community

Mike Barrett

Constantly referring families to LFHS

— Mike Barrett, Board Member

30 odd years ago when I first worked in Human Services and provided service to low income families, I found myself constantly referring families to LFHS because they were providing services that were vitally needed and not available elsewhere. More importantly they were quality services provided by kind, caring people. Over the years the need has only grown and the
compassionate services have only gotten better. Every time a new need arose in the community, LFHS was there to meet the need. The dedicated staff is beyond compare and is truly there to serve the needs of the patients. I admire the way staff and Board members work together to meet the needs of the consumer.  Lebanon County is truly blessed to have had such a quality organization available to provide quality services to the county’s most vulnerable citizens for the past 40 years. I’m proud to have been a small part of the effort.


rabbi paula reimers

A Rabbi in the community applauds the work of LFHS

As a rabbi in the Lebanon community, I am proud to be involved in the mission of Lebanon Family Health Service to provide health care, assistance and education to the most vulnerable members of our community: women, children, teens, the underinsured and the uninsured.

Read Rabbi Paula’s story

Primary Care

Effective immediately, LFHS will be offering primary care services once month (Third Thursday of each month). Schedule is as follows:
 

Thursday September 20

Thursday October 18
Thursday November 15
Thursday December 21
  • Now Hiring!

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  • Freedom From Smoking®

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    The time to quit is now! Lebanon Family Health Services has openings in 3 upcoming Freedom From Smoking® sessions this September.

    • September 12 (runs for 8 weeks) at PA Counseling Services, 618 Cumberland St., Lebanon, PA 17042 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

    • September 13 (runs for 8 weeks) at YMCA, 250 N. 8th St. Lebanon, PA 17042 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

    September 25 (runs for 8 weeks) at Pinnacle health-Annville from 2:00pm to 3:00 pm.

    These are FREE eight week-long clinics run by professionals trained instructors that will help you break the tobacco addiction. Free patches, gum or lozenges are included. To register, call Ginny at 717-273-6741 ext. 224 or email her at ginny@lebanonfamilyhealth.org