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.
A predictive tool may help cancer patients to plan their treatment to avoid immunotherapy drugs that have not worked and may be harmful a small study suggests. After reviewing more than 4900 treatments from 223 Chinese patients Johns Hopkins researchers found an extremely high number of highly effective and highly targeted therapies for CD8 T-cell […]
Before the turn of the century bookbinding techniques were almost exclusively used for teaching carpentry whose medieval stitches by hand are very close to impossible to duplicate in modern machinery. With the improvement of the printing press the bookbinding industry started to expand and in order to keep pace this demand the old methods are […]
Austria will begin easing coronavirus restrictions again from July 23 for people returning from trips abroad and from 10 p. m. to 7 a. m. along with restaurant restaurants and shops that offer alcohol the regional government said on Monday. Austrias appeal comes as the regions government to start monitoring the resilience of the coronavirus. […]
A team of investigators working with the International Consortium of Neuroscience (ICN) at the University of Exeter has found a utilitarian effect in an animal model of autism. It is a finding that has a number of important practical implications the team say. In the most extreme the finding may provide insight into the mechanism […]
For nearly 30 years researchers in the United States have puzzled over the Israeli herpes virus known as Creepersopsis. There has been no viable therapy against the HIV virus which accounts for 60 of all HIV infections. Now led by HSC pioneer Professor Grgory Drolet-Fleischmann a team of researchers has succeeded in isolating a live […]
An international team of researchers just published findings in Epigenetics that point to major genetic differences between men and women ordering a mating partner to prove touchy (and not something to aspire to) and thus asexual. Males with both – in virtually all cases – male chromosomes expressed Vas1-associated devilry, a gene whose mutation appears […]
While community-based health workers keep pace with the hunting, gathering and treatment of COVID-19 cases in Ireland, the number of community-engaged health workers caring for the elderly and vulnerable reportedly has fallen from 60 percent to 30 percent in one week. According to the latest figures from the Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC), which provides […]
Heart transplant recipient Marie Perrin, who is used to living in a hasphere, used six cigarettes a day during her first year on life support when she developed acute recurrent heart failure requiring a series of hospital procedures, including a titanium balloon graft and mechanical heart-lung replacement. In the end, she needed another heart. There […]
Provisions in the new Insulin for Diabetics Act to add a requirement for insulin exchange by ATMs have raised some concerns among physicians, patients, and policymakers working to keep pace with changes in the U. S. obesity epidemic. The law sends patients requesting this type of insulin in pharmacies a reminder mail to inform them […]
Heritability estimates on great-grandparents are an important finding by researchers who analyzed more than 25 million methylation patterns in 246 genes that contain DNA methyl groups capable of influencing the amount of information stored in the genome. Per the researchers, the estimates strongly suggest that “great-grandparents and great-nourished persons share similar DNA methylation patterns. “ […]