The City of Gloucester Health Department, the YMCA, The Open Door, Pathways for Children and Sawyer Free Library are hosting a community diaper drive during the month of September. All diapers donated will benefit Gloucester families attending the Community Baby Shower on Saturday, October 5, 1 PM to 3 PM, at the Sawyer Free Library. We accept new packages of diapers and wipes, perferably sizes 1-3. For more information, contact Public Health Nurse, Kelley Hiland, 978-325-5266 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The City of Gloucester Health Department is offering FREE flu shots this year. Flu clinics are open to those 3 years of age and older. Please bring your health insurance cards. We do accept those without insurance.
For questions, contact Public Health Nurse, Kelley Hiland, 978-325-5266.
Please join us as we rise in solidarity and demand justice for women and girls during our annual One Billion Rising global campaign on February 14 at 3 PM at City Hall Rotunda.
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The North Shore Mother Visiting Partnership is made up of Public Health Nurses from five communities, Beverly, Gloucester, Hamilton, Newburyport and Peabody, who offer a universal one-time supportive home visit to mothers/caregivers and their babies up to one year.
All visits are free and confidential and there are no eligibility requirements for a visit.
Each home visit will include a free Baby Box filled with goodies and community resources.
To schedule a visit, text or call the Public Health Nurse in your town listed below:
Beverly, Teresa Kirsch, 978-380-8203
Gloucester, Kelley Hiland, 978-559-1784
Hamilton, Christine Lee, 978-290-9618
Newburyport, Pam Palombo, 978-835-1521
Peabody, Chassea Robinson, 978-490-7091