b'Ketchikan Lions Club www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/ketchikan/PO Box 8333(907) 617-3680Best known for fighting blindness, but also volunteer for many different kinds of community projects. Sponsors eye exams, eye care, and glasses for those with no insurance. Hours: Meets every Wednesday @6pm at Jeremiahs (3434 Tongass Ave)Ketchikan Pioneer Home www.dhss.alaska.gov/daph141 Bryant Street (907) 225-4111Compassionate care for elders. The Home serves 45 residents in private/semi-private rooms offering a variety of services, including financial assistance. Programs/Services Recreational activities Meals & housekeeping services, pharmacy services Assistance with daily living activities Nursing assessment with intermittent health servicesKetchikan Public Health Center www.dhss.alaska.gov 605 Gateway Court (907) 225-4350 Fax: (907) 247-0978 Public Health Nurses provide individual, confidential clinic services and work with community partners to improve the health of the entire community. Fees are assessed for all public health nursing services. A sliding scale based on family size and income; no one is turned away for inability to pay. Serves Ketchikan, Metlakatla, and Hyder. Programs/ServicesSexually Transmitted Infection (STI) screening Family Planning including pregnancy testing and options counseling Immunizations (ages 29 and under)Tuberculosis (TB) screening and treatmentWell Child Exams (age 0-6 years)Infectious Disease InvestigationHealth Education PresentationsCommunity Assessment & Emergency Preparedness * Accepts MedicaidHours: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm15'