Leadership group learns about health and human service
Leadership Clinton County held a session in December relating to Health and Human Services at UPMC Susquehanna Lock Haven. Participants examined various health and human services systems, some organizations that make up the systems and issues facing our region now and in the future. Participants had the opportunity to tour Clinton County’s 911 Center and hear from emergency service personal that serve Clinton County. In addition, they participated in a Drug Issue Panel discussing the various programs available to residents of Clinton County; Rural Health Care Panel discussing healthcare services available to our residents; and a Human Services Panel to discuss the different services provided in Clinton County. In the photo, Leadership Clinton County participants learn the operations at the Clinton County 911 Center. A special thank you goes out to UPMC Susquehanna Lock Haven for acting as the host for this session. Other sponsors included Clinton County Community Foundation, Clinton County Economic Partnership, Clinton County Government, Leadership Clinton County Alumni Association, Lock Haven FOE #4298, First Quality, M&T Bank, PPL Electric Utilities, and UGI Utilities, Inc.