Improving the health of mothers and children helps to guarantee healthy future generations.
WIC provides healthy food, nutrition education, and breastfeeding guidance to more than 3,000 moms and children in the CNMI.
The CHCC Oral Health Program and Dental Clinic works to improve oral health in the CNMI through prevention and curative services.
The Immunization Program aims to prevent the introduction and spread of vaccine preventable communicable diseases.
The CHCC offers a variety of cancer-related services through both our hospital and public health divisions.
The Diabetes Prevention and Control Program (DPCP) aims to promote wellness and educate the community about diabetes and hypertension.
The Tobacco Prevention and Control Program (TPCP) aims to educate the community and raise awareness about the dangers of using tobacco and betelnut, as well as offers cessation services.
The Tuberculosis (TB) and Hansen's Disease Clinic - also known as the Chest Clinic or TB clinic - focuses predominantly on the treatment of those with active TB.
The CHCC HIV/STD/VH Prevention Program provides services that reduce the further transmission of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs).
The Public Health and Hospital Emergency Preparedness Program (PHEP) prepares for and responds to public health threats and emergencies.
The Overdose Data to Action (OD2A) program focuses on the complex and changing nature of the drug overdose pandemic and highlights the need for an integrative and extensive public health approach, using data to inform drug prevention activities.