Adult Mental Health Training

Network Development and Regional Health Planning

Wayne County Rural Health Network promotes links and communication between county organizations and service providers.

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Increase Access to Quality Health Care

Wayne County Rural Health Network in cooperation with community agencies and faith based organizations offer community forums, educational workshops, health fairs, health screenings, and/or other needed outreach activities.

Increase access to quality health care services

Prevent Chronic Disease

Wayne County Rural Health Network sponsors education and outreach workshops that provide information on healthy nutrition and cooking as well as chronic disease self management programs.

Promote healthy women, infants and children

Promote Health Women, Infants, and Children

Wayne County Rural Health Network partners with several agencies to promote healthy women, infants and children by providing resources, educational workshops, and health screenings in identified areas of Wayne County in which there is a need for greater awareness and information about women, mothers, infants, and children’s health.

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Promote Mental Health and Prevent Substance Abuse

Wayne County Rural Health Network supports behavioral health counseling services and sponsors community education and outreach events to increase public awareness and understanding of mental health and substance abuse issues.

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Our Partners

Newark-Wayne Community Hospital, Finger Lakes Community Health, Wayne County Family Counseling Service of the Finger Lakes, Wayne County Partnership for Strengthening Families, Wayne County Public Health, Wayne County School Districts, Wayne County Suicide Prevention Coalition and more.

View our partners page for a complete list.

We are here to help.

Do you have questions about how Wayne County Rural Health Network can help you?

Wayne County Rural Health Network
6692 Middle Road, Suite 2200
Sodus, NY 14551

Hours: 8am-4:30pm
(315) 483-3200