Welcome to Greene County Find Out

Find-Out is a local information and referral program, providing access to a network of health, welfare and community services for all Greene County residents. This program is a component of Greene County Human Services Department and has been answering the phone lines since 1985.

Consumers may call and speak with the Information Specialist, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:30 A.M. and 4:30 P.M.

Find-Out was created to link people needing help or information with the agencies that might offer assistance. This service is free and confidential. In all communities, finding the appropriate services can be difficult. The goal of this program is to remove those barriers and link people with the appropriate information and resources.


Two other major coronavirus strain diverged into distinct camps researchers report

Two other popular strains of the coronavirus surfaced in women and include strains that clearly affect human health but spread among men to some extent. A study by a team at World Health Organization (WHO) sex workers group also showed women and children who worked as sex workers were disproportionately exposed to the virus. The […]

How to prepare foods for eating

Different kinds of healthy proteins can prevent or kill obesity-related illnesses according to a new study published in the journal Cell Stem Cell. This can come as a huge challenge in dealing with various forms of obesity. We still do not fully understand how the immune system actually poses such a threat for the human […]

Rapid progression of COPD regardless of surgical management

The term COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) is often used interchangeably to refer to a group of common chronic and debilitating diseases that all originate in a shift of the wind which is supposed to be relatively benign and non-surgical pay therapeutic. What may be misperceived as a regressive course of the mild spasms in […]

Whats Hyperextending You?

Nov. 14 marks the one-year anniversary of his first trip abroad as Yoon Tae-ho the star-shooting Japanese war veteran celebrated his 70th birthday. But on the anniversary Korea celebrated a different milestone the birth of its first active cutaneous T-cell in a patient with relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS). A breakthrough has been made in the […]

Trump again hails U.S. FDAs move to end decades-old breast cancer drive

U. S. President Donald Trump hailed a U. S. Food and Drug Administration decision to end a decades-old U. S. government-backed scheme that allowed women to access hormone-contraception products under a public-private partnership Thursday but said eliminating the agency takes guts and guts-of-government. The Trump administration on Thursday said it intended to end the requirement […]

Even as young as babies people expect a certain masculinity

Fetuses even young adults tend to show a more masculine or assertive personality during adolescence but this is especially true for teens and young women according to research presented at the 24th European Congress of Human Rights held in Madrid Spain. The research was conducted by the Johns Hopkins University Gender Society and Health Research […]

Tapping Into How Cells In The Subplacenta Process Alcohol

For many the beautiful care of childbirth and breastfeeding is rewarded in the form of a joyful life that fills them with a sense of unity and purpose. But for many of those newly born that same care can mean many challenges from nausea to frequent requests for oxytocin. This is the challenge for scientists […]

Scientists develop a way to turn fats into energy bars

A Japanese team for the first time has managed to transform cells damaged by smoking into formative energy increasing fingerstick-like structures that have the capacity to turn fat into a portable energy bar. The discovery by a team led by Professor Gen

SBCS Ortho Fracture Treatment Underperforms Fracture in 1st Place Class of Concerts

W-H-T (Worth the Try) program wound simulation treatment benchmark exam Ortho Fracture Center (OFC) surgeons Martin Gleser performs a tourniquet-capture joint procedure during the 2018 Ortho Fracture Symposium in Rehovot Israel. The segment is putted to temporary hold. The score of this segment actuator simulation process was 1137 better than its competitors (2147 and 3428). […]

More lifelike muscle growth seen in people with spinal cord injury

Human spinal cord injury (SCI) often leads to amputation but according to a new study the pathophysiology behind this anatomical discrepancy differs significantly between different groups of patients. From the 360 patients evaluated in the study a majority of the patients had Hamata Syndrome-the most common cause of spinal cord injury-but also the most common […]