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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.

Hardin County Children Services receives more than 300 reports of suspected child abuse and neglect each year. Together we can make a difference, YOU can help prevent child abuse and neglect in our community.

Child Abuse Is Preventable.

 

 ADOPTION LAW CHANGE

EFFECTIVE MARCH 20, 2015 a change in law will affect access to adoptions finalized between January 1, 1964 - September 18, 1996.

Senate Bill 23 modified the law governing records of adoptions.  This law will allow those adoptions to gain access to their adoption file and original birth record from the Ohio Department of Health.  For information call 614-466-2531 or the form required to request a copy of the adoption file and information needed is on the Ohio Department of Health Webpage.  www.odh.ohio.gov/vs

 
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COMMUNITY RESOURCE DIRECTORY

Kenton Hardin Health Department has collected and assembled helpful phone numbers and information about important community resources for our community. Click on this section to view a listing of these resources. Click below to get information in the Directory:  (please let us know if you are one of the locations in our directory and your information is not correct or if you have changes)

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CALL TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR AN IMMUNIZATION CLINIC

Kenton-Hardin Health Department immunization clinics on Thursdays 8:45am - 4pm in Kenton.  Appointments are preferred.  Don’t forget your shot record and your insurance card. See our Calendar for Immunization Clinics.

We now accept most medical insurances as well as Ohio Mecicaid

If you would like, call to make an appointment 419-673-6230 X1023.

 
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