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Stories from our Community

Jay Keller

LFHS’s Education Programs are an opportunity to help yourself become healthy!

— Jay Keller

I first learned about Lebanon Family Health through my family doctor and seeing the services on social media (Facebook). I was attracted to LFHS because I wanted to become healthier and I have now been connected with LFHS for over 3 years.  I first participated in the Freedom From Smoking program and I am now over 15 months tobacco free!  The program helped me improve my health.  I can now smell and taste better and have saved a lot of money from no longer buying cigarettes.

In June 2017 I started the T2: Diabetes Prevention Program. From this program I learned better eating habits and how to get more exercise.  Through LFHS’s DPP, I learned how important it is to find the time to explore the opportunity to help yourself and become healthy.


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

REMINDER:

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PARENTING CLASS WILL NOT BE MEETING THIS WEEK (3/28) AND NEXT WEEK (4/4).

 

Class will resume on Thursday April 11 for session #3 and April 18 for session #4.  If you have any questions or concerns, please call Holly at (717) 273-6741 ext. 310.

  • Spring into good health!

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    STI Walk-In Day

    Monday April 15, 12-5

    *All participants will receive a $20 gift card

     

  • 2019 “Be The One” Parenting Class Series

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    2019 Schedule now available.

    To Register:

    Call (717) 273-6741 ext. 310