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Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, dental care, nursing care, sanitation services, and health education.

Location of family health service centers: Buffalo Center, Clear Lake, Latimer, Manley, Northwood, and Reinbeck.

KANSAS

Project Title: Plan to Provide Health Services to Kansas Migrants (MG 64).

sor: Headquarters: Kansas State partment of Health, State Office Building, Topeka, Kans. 66612, Telephone 913–321-0011x729; Local: Migrant Health Services, 317 North Seventh Street, Garden City, Kans. 67816; Telephone 316–276–2131.

Director: Patricia Schloesser, M.D.
Duration of migrant season: March-November.
Estimated number of migrants: 6,000.

Counties served by project: Finney, Grant, Greeley, Haskell, Kearney, Meade, Scott, Seward, Sherman, Stanton, Stevens, Wallace, and Witchita.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, dental care, nursing care, sanitation, and health education services in 7 counties ; nursing care provided in 3 additional counties; health education and sanitation services in 3 additional counties.

Location of family health service centers: Garden City, Goodland, Johnson, Lakin, Scott City, Sublette, Tribune, and Ulysses.

Project Title: Plan to Provide Public Health Services for Migrants in Wyandotte County, Kansas (MG 74).

Sponsor: Kansas City-Wyandotte County Health Department, 619 Ann Avenue, Kansas City, Kans. 66101 ; Telephone 913–321-4803.

Director: N. G. Walker, M.D.
Duration of migrant season: April-November.
Estimated number of migrants: 2,120.
County served by project: Wyandotte.

Health services provided: Medical care, dental care, nursing care, sanitation services, and health education.

Location of family health service centers: Edwardville and Wolcott.

KENTUCKY

Project Title: Migrant Worker Health Project (MG77).

Sponsor: Kentucky State Department of Health, 275 East Main Street, Frankfort, Ky. 40601 ; Telephone 502-564-3970.

Director: Jorge DeJu, M.D.
Duration of migrant season: May-June.
Estimated number of migrants: 1,000.
Counties served by project: Carlisle and Hickman.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, nursing care, dental care, sanitation services, health education, and nutrition counseling.

Location of family health service centers: Bardwell and Clinton.

LOUISIANA

Project Title: New and Improved Medical, Dental, and Nursing Services to Migratory Workers and Their Families (MG 54).

Sponsor: Health Subcommittee, Tangipahoa Migrant Committee, Route 2, Box 257, Ponchatoula, La. 70454 ; Telephone 504–386–6749.

Director: Milburn R. Fletcher.
Duration of migrant season: March-June.
Estimated number of migrants: 3,400.
County served by project: Tangipahoa.

Health services provided: Medical care, dental care, nursing care, sanitation services, and health education.

MARYLAND
Project Title: Frederick County Migrant Health Project (MG 80).

Sponsor: Frederick County Migrant Health Council, Inc., 1415 West Seventh Street, Frederick, Md. 21701 ; Telephone 301-663–3344.

Director: Rev. Carrol L. Boyer.
Duration of migrant season: June September.
Estimated number of migrants : 170.

County served by project: Frederick.
Health services provided: Medical care, dental care, and nursing care.
NOTE.—This project is now supported entirely by local funds.

Project Title: Field Oriented Migrant Health Services (MG 155).

Sponsor: Worcester County Community Action Committee, Inc., Post Office Box 67, Snow Hill, Md. 21863 ; Telephone 301-632–2160.

Director: David M. McAllister.
Duration of migrant season: June October.
Estimated number of migrants: 800 (300 home-based).
County served by project: Worcester.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, nursing care, and health education.

MASSACHUSETTS
Project Title: Massachusetts Migrant Health Project (MG 68).

Sponsor: Massachusetts Health Research Institute, Inc., Somerset Street, Bos. ton, Mass. 02108; Telephone 617-727–2662.

Director: Leon Sternfield, M.D.
Duration of migrant season: May-October.
Estimated number of migrants: 5,000.

Counties served by project: Barnstable, Bristol, Essex, Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, and Worcester.

Health services provided: Medical care, sanitation services, and health education.

MICHIGAN Project Title: Improvement and Expansion of Health Services to Migrant Agricultural Workers and Their Families (MG30).

Sponsor: Michigan Department of Health, 3500 North Logan, Lansing, Mich. 48914; Telephone 517-373-1406.

Director: Douglas H. Fryer, M.D.
Duration of migrant season: April-November.
Estimated number of migrants: 79,400.
Counties served by project: All counties having migrants (40 counties).

Health services provided: Coordination of all migrant health activities within the Michigan Department of Health; provision of consultation and direct assistance in the development, administration, and evaluation of migrant health projects in Michigan.

Project Title: Cooperative Migrant Project (MG 31).

Sponsor: Ottawa County Health Department, Grand Haven, Mich. 49417; Telephone 616-842–0100.

Director: Ralph Ten Have, M.D.
Duration of migrant season: July-September,
Estimated number of migrants: 2,500.
County served by project: Ottawa.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, dental care, nursing care, sanitation services, and health education,

Location of family health service centers: Holland.

Project Title: Migrant Family Health Clinic-Nursing, Sanitation, and Dental Services (MG: 79).

Sponsor Monroe County Health Department, Courthouse, Monroe, Mich. 48161 ; Telephone 313–241-9434.

Director: Paul W. Sundin, M.D.
Duration of migrant season: April-September.
Estimated number of migrants: 1,630.
County served by project: Monroe.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, dental care, nursing care, and sanitation services.

Location of family health service centers: Erie and Ida.

Project Title: Environmental Health Camp Sanitation Project for Migrant Agricultural Workers and Their Families (MG 91).

Sponsor: Michigan Department of Health, 3500 North Logan, Lansing, Mich. 48914; Telephone 517–373–3720.

Director: John E. Vogt.

Duration of migrant season: April-December.
Estimated number of migrants: 79,400.
Counties served by project: All counties having migrants (40 counties).

Health services provided: Sanitation services through inspections of labor camps, providing technical assistance to growers in construction of camp housing and sanitation facilities, and providing consultation with local health department sanitarians.

Project Title: Tri-County Associated Health Departments Migrant Health Program (MG 107).

Sponsor: Tri-County Associated Health Departments, 505 Pleasant Street, St. Joseph, Mich. 49085 ; Telephone 616–983–6396.

Director: Robert P. Locey, M.D.
Duration of migrant season: April-October.
Estimated number of migrants : 23,400.
Counties served by project: Berrien, Cass, and Van Buren.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, nursing care, sanitation services, and health education.

Location of family health service centers: Baroda*, Berrien Springs*, Grand Junction*, Keeler, and Sodus*.

Project Title: Comprehensive Care for Migrant Population of Grand Traverse, Leelanau, and Benzie Counties (MG 112).

Sponsor: Grand Traverse-Leelanau-Benzie County Health Department-In cooperation with the Grand Traverse Migrant Labor Council, care of Grand Traverse Medical Care Facility, Traverse City, Mich. 49684; Telephone 616947–5606.

Director: Loren Bensley, Acting.
Duration of migrant season: July-September.
Estimated number of migrants: 23,820.
Counties served by project: Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, and Leelanau.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, dental care, and nursing care.

Location of family health service centers: Cherry Farms—Grand Traverse ; Munson Medical Center-Traverse City; and Leelanau County.

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Project Title: Migrant Family Medical Care, Nursing, and Hospital Program (MG 131).

Sponsor: Manistee-Mason District Health Department, 401 East Ludington Avenue, Ludington, Mich. 49431 ; Telephone 616-843–3994.

Director: Gladys J. Kleinschmidt, M.D.
- Duration of migrant season: April-September.

Estimated number of migrants: 11,000.
Counties served by project: Manistee and Mason.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, nursing care, sanitation services (through MG 91), and health education.

Location of family health service centers: Ludington.'

Project Title: District Health Department No. 4 Migrant Family Health Clinic and Hosptial Program (MG 138).

Sponsor: District Health Department No. 4, 318 South Third Street, Rogers City, Mich. 49779; Telephone 517–734–2042.

Director: William F. Jackson, M.D.
Duration of migrant season: June-November.
Estimated number of migrants: 1,500.

Counties served by project: Alpena, Cheboygan, Montmorency, and Presque Isle.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, nursing care, sanitation services (through MG 91), health education, and nutrition counseling.

Location of family health service centers : Wilson Township School-Alpena.

Project Title: Benzie Migrant Family Health Services Project (MG 149).

Sponsor: Benzie Migrant Ministry Committee, Frankfort, Mich. 49635; Telephone 616-352-9286.

Director: Mrs. Grant Papineau.

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Duration of migrant season: June-November.
Estimated number of migrants: 4,000.
County served by project: Benzie.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization (through MG 112), dental care, nursing care, and sanitation services (through MG 91).

Location of family health service centers: Beulah.

MINNESOTA

Project Title: Migrant Labor Environmental Health and Nursing Service, and Health Education Project (MG 67).

Sponsor: Minnesota Department of Health, University Campus, Minneapolis, Minn. 55440; Telephone: 612–339–7751,

Director: D. S. Fleming, M.D.
Duration of migrant season: March-September.
Estimated number of migrants: 10,000.

Counties served by project: Anoka, Big Stone, Chippewa, Clay, Faribault, Freeborn, Hennepin, Kandiyohi, Kittson, Lac Qui Parle, Marshall, Martin, Mower, McLeod, Norman, Polk, Redwood, Renville, Sibley, Steele, Swift, Wilkin, Yellow Medicine, and Waseca.

Health services provided: Nursing service where it is lacking locally ; health aides to work with project nurses; medical care, hospitalization and dental care in two locations; sanitation services in all migrant areas; coordination of migrant health activities of State Health Department with those of state and local official and voluntary agencies, growers' associations, and OEO-sponsored projects.

MISSOURI

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Project Title: Family Health Education Services for Home-Based Migrants (MG 104).

Sponsor: Delmo Housing Corp., Box 354, Lilbourn, Mo. 63862; Telephone 314-688-2565.

Director: Mrs. Charlotte Ragan.
Duration of migrant season: June-September ; December-May.
Estimated number of migrants: 10,000.

Counties served by project: Dunklin, Mississippi, New. Madrid, Pemiscot, Scott, and Stoddard.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, dental care, nursing care, and health education.

Location of family health service centers: Lilbourn.

NEBRASKA
Project Title: Nebraska Plan To Provide Health Education and Other Public
Health Services for Migrant Families (MG 88).

Sponsor: Headquarters : Nebraska Department of Health, Capitol Building,
Lincoln, Nebr. 68509, Telephone 402-477-5211; Local: Migrant Health Project
Office, 142212 Tenth Street, Gering, Nebr. 69341; Telephone 308 436–2695.
Director: T. R. Dappen.
Duration of migrant season: April-August; September-May.
Estimated number of migrants : 5,485.
Counties served by project: Box Butte, Chase, Garden, Morrill, Perkins, Scotts
Bluff, and Sioux.

Health services provided: Medical care, dental care, nursing care, sanitation services, and health education.

Location of family health service centers: Alliance, Bayard, Bridgeport, and Gering.

NEVADA
Project Title: Moapa Valley Migrant Health Program (MG 133).
Sponsor: Clark County District Health Department, 625 Shadow Lane, Las
Vegas, Nev, 89106; Telephone 702–385–1291x201.

Director: Otto Ravenholt, M.D.
Duration of migrant season: December-September.
Estimated number of migrants: 700.
County served by project: Clark.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, dental care, and nursing care.

Location of family health service centers: Logandale and Overton.

NEW JERSEY

Project Title: Health Services for Migrant Agricultural Workers (MG 08).

Sponsor: New Jersey State Department of Health, Health and Agriculture Building, John Fitch Plaza, Trenton, N.J. 08625; Telephone 609-292-5470.

Director: Thomas Gilbert.
Duration of migrant season: March-November.
Estimated number of migrants: 26,300.

Counties served by project: Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, and Salem.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, dental care, nursing care, and health education.

Location of family health service centers: Freehold, Mt. Holly, Salem, and Woodbury.

Project Title: Migrant Health Services, Cumberland County (MG 118).

Sponsor: Board of Chosen Freeholders of Cumberland County, Cumberland County Courthouse, Bridgeton, N.J. 08302; Telephone 609-451-8000.

Director: William P. Doherty, V.M.D.
Duration of migrant season: April-September.
Estimated number of migrants : 1,300.
County served by project: Cumberland.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, dental care, nursing care, sanitation services, social services, and health education,

Location of family health service centers: Bridgeton.

NEW MEXICO
Project Title: Las Cruces Migrant Health Project (MG 15).

Sponsor: Las Cruces Committee on Migrant Ministry, 2930 Huntington Drive, Las Cruces, N. Mex. 88001 ; Telephone 507–526-8637.

Director: George H. Ross.
Duration of migrant season: May-September.
Estimated number of migrants: 3,000.
County served by project: Dona Ana.

Health services provided: Medical care, hospitalization, dental care, and nursing care.

Location of family service centers: Las Cruces.

Project Title: Migrant Health Project—Health Districts 1 and 5 (MG 134).

Sponsor: New Mexico Department of Public Health, 408 Galisteo Street, Santa Fe, N. Mex. 87501 ; Telephone 505–983-6345.

Co-Directors: Marion Hotopp, M.D., and Edith F. Millican, M.D.
Duration of migrant season: May-October.
Estimated number of migrants : 23,000.

Counties served by project: Guadalupe, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, and Taos.

Health service provided: Medical care, dental care, and nursing care.

Location of family health service centers: Anton Chico, Cleveland, El Rito, Espanola, Las Vegas, Lindrith, and Parkview.

Project Title: New Mexico Migrant Health Project, Health District 10 (MG 154).

Sponsor: New Mexico Department of Public Health, 408 Galisteo Street, Santa Fe, N. Mex. 87501 ; Telephone 505–983–6345.

Director: George W. Prothro, M.D.
Duration of migrant season: June-December.
Estimated number of migrants : 2400.
Counties served by project: Curry, DeBaca, Quay, and Roosevelt.

Health services provided: Medical care, nursing care, sanitation services, and health education.

Location of family health service centers: Ranchos de Laos, Questa, and Penasco.

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