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FHN to Build New Family Healthcare Center in Jo Daviess County

September 17, 2020 – FHN is pleased to announce the plan for a new Family Healthcare Center to be built in Stockton, Illinois. The new facility, which will be located just off of Illinois Route 20 and South Park Road, north of Stockton High School, will replace the current FHN Family Healthcare Center at 725 North Pearl Street. Construction is expected to begin this fall with opening anticipated in early to midyear 2021.

"This investment is a significant expression of our commitment to the people of Jo Daviess County," said FHN President and CEO Mark Gridley. "It will be much larger than our current office in Stockton, and incorporate more state-of-the-art technology, including telehealth and digital x-ray capability." The office will be large enough to accommodate more specialty service appointments and will provide more convenient access for all patients and visitors. In-person behavioral health services will also be a key offering on-site.

"This new clinic will be a great addition to the Village of Stockton," said Village President Rodney Brandt. "We're happy that FHN has had a presence here for many years and very pleased that this new facility will enhance healthcare services available in Stockton as well as the surrounding area."

Michael McFadden, MD, who currently serves patients in FHN's existing Stockton office, said, "I look forward to being able to offer area residents additional services close to home. The location and hours will also provide added convenience for patients' busy schedules."

Residents of northwest Illinois can stay current on the new project with updates on construction which will be posted frequently on FHN's website and Facebook page.

Eight Schools Win FHN Miles And Minutes Cash

September 16, 2020 – Eight area schools will get checks from FHN this fall, thanks to their dedicated fans who counted their exercise minutes through the summer with FHN's Miles And Minutes program. Together, exercisers logged enough activity to equate to 120,570 miles!

FHN's Miles And Minutes encouraged participants to be active and log various types of physical activity to win prize money for the school of their choice.

Miles And Minutes winners were chosen in two main categories -miles per school system (normalized based on the number of students in each school system to help ensure that all schools had an equal chance to win, no matter their size or how many participants they enlist) and average miles per participant. The winners are:

Miles per School System:
Tri-County Christian - 88,907 miles ($2,000)
Eastland - 74,173 miles ($1,000)
Aquin Catholic Schools - 53,816 miles ($500)

Average Miles per Participant:
Dakota -206.67 ($2,000)
Tri-County Christian - 182.43 ($1,000)
Warren - 157.61 ($500)

Schools that do not win a prize in the two main categories are eligible for Sweepstakes prizes. In the Sweepstakes category, drawn at random, this year's winners are:
Pearl City - $500
West Carroll - $400
Forrestville Valley - $300

The free program had 1,178 participants who logged a total of 2,072,550 minutes of exercise from June 3 through August 30. (That's 3.9 straight years of exercise!)

FHN, Jo Daviess Juvenile Justice Council Grant Nets Positive Outcomes

September 8, 2020 – Preliminary data from the Strategic Prevention Framework Partnership for Success (SPF-PFS) grant-funded program to decrease alcohol use by 8th-12th graders in Jo Daviess County is encouraging, reporting a drop in alcohol and e-cigarette use. Residents are encouraged to view the report's findings online at www.fhn.org/iys.

Jo Daviess County 8th graders reported a 5 percent decrease in alcohol use within the past 30 days, along with a 4 percent decrease in e-cigarette use in the same time period. These decreases put reported 30-day alcohol and e-cigarette use among Jo Daviess County eighth graders 3 percent below the 2018 state average.(2020 data will not be available until the end of the year.)

The 8th graders also reported a 9 percent increase in the number of students who felt it is wrong or very wrong for someone their age to drink alcohol regularly, a 4 percent increase in the opinion that there is no or little chance of being seen as cool if they begin drinking regularly, and a 9 percent increase in students who reported moderate or great risk of harm if people consume one or two drinks per day.

This cohort of students, who participated in the All Stars Building Bright Futures youth prevention education program, has achieved the short-term goals set by the Jo Daviess County Juvenile Justice Council (JJC) and the state of Illinois in the SPF-PFS grant.

The five-year grant, which was extended an extra year, supported a comprehensive community assessment which identified four contributing factors to the high youth alcohol use rate. Youth reported a low perceived risk of using alcohol; permissive community and family norms that enable the use of alcohol by youth; and parents providing alcohol to youth in multiple settings.

Following the assessment, FHN and the JJC developed a strategic plan which identified two evidence-based strategies, a youth prevention education program, and a parent communication campaign.

The youth prevention education program, All Stars Building Bright Futures, was started in the spring of 2018 at four of the county's middle schools. Thanks to the support of the schools' administration, by the end of 2019, all 7th and 8th grade students at all six middle schools completed an All Stars youth prevention education program.

Five of the six Jo Daviess County school districts were able to complete most of the 2020 Illinois Youth surveys before schools closed in March due to COVID-19.

For more information on the SPF-PFS grant, visit www.fhn.org/iys.

FHN Leaders Discuss Back-to-School Stress, Continued Caution

September 4, 2020 – Sept. 4, 2020 -- FHN President and CEO Mark Gridley, MBA, FACHE and Assistant Vice President, Behavioral Health Gabriel Gonzalez, MSW discuss helping kids and parents with back-to-school stress and the importance of flu shots in the latest FHN COVID-19 update video.

"Going back to school can be stressful in a 'regular' year," Gonzalez said. "And this year presents even more new stressors, so parents should be watching for signs that their student needs some help dealing with their stress, like changes in sleeping or eating habits, increased irritability or isolation."

Keeping a routine schedule can help families deal with stress, Gonzalez said, and parents should make it a point to check in with their students about how things are going - and shouldn't accept silence as an answer. He reminds people of all ages that we are all dealing with an abnormal situation, and it's OK to acknowledge that and "give yourself a break. Take a walk, have a minute to yourself."

Gridley reports that FHN, like all of northwest Illinois, has seen a steady influx of COVID-19 positive cases, but thankfully hasn't seen an uptick in hospitalizations.

He reminds people to take every precaution they can to help stop the spread of COVID-19: Masking, handwashing, social distancing, and soon, getting an influenza immunization.

"This is the year where it's more important than ever to get your flu shot," Gridley said.

FHN will hold a series of drive-through, COVID-19 precaution compliant flu shot clinics in the near future; details are available here www.fhn.org/flu2020.

The video, along with all of the previous weeks' videos, is available on FHN's COVID-19 information site here www.fhn.org/coronavirus.

FHN Offering Drive-Through Flu Shot Clinics

September 4, 2020 – Adults will be able to get their immunization without leaving their car at this year's FHN Flu Shot Clinics.

Due to precautions helping to stop the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, FHN officials have made the decision to offer only drive-through flu shot clinics this year.

“We hope that because of the increased awareness of health precautions this year due to COVID, people will make getting their flu shot a priority,” said FHN Infection Preventionist Margie Kochsmier, MSN, RN, CMSRN, CIC. “You don't ever want to get the flu, but this year, people are really working hard to stay healthy, and a flu shot is an important tool to help accomplish that.”

At the drive-through clinics, adults under 65 years of age will get a quadrivalent vaccine that protects against four strains of influenza for $30.

Persons over 65 will receive a high-dose version of the four-strain vaccine ($65).

Children cannot receive their flu shot at any of the drive-through clinics, but FHN provider offices will have appropriate dosages for pediatric patients as well as for adults.

Immunizations at the drive-through flu shot clinics may be paid for by cash, credit card, or check payable to FHN. Receipts will be available to submit to individuals' healthcare insurance provider for reimbursement.

There will be no out-of-pocket expense if you are covered by Medicare Part B (please present Medicare card) or a Medicare HMO accepted by FHN (list available at each location - covered persons MUST present the Medicare HMO card instead of the Medicare card for the billing process). Please note that these prices are only available at these flu shot clinics; other rates may apply in FHN offices.

Because of federal guidelines to prevent identity theft, everyone must present a photo ID to receive an immunization. People are asked to wear a shirt or top that makes their upper arm easily accessible. All persons in vehicles attending a drive-thru clinic must arrive wearing a face covering; those receiving a shot will be given a 2-ply reusable fabric FHN mask after their shot for future use.

Persons with allergy to eggs or the flu vaccine, those with an illness accompanied by a fever or depressed immune system should not receive the flu immunization at these locations. For more information, call FHN Community Services at 815-599-7437.

This year's public drive-through flu shot clinics are:
Sept. 23 3-6 p.m.; FHN Family Healthcare Center-Burchard Hills, 1010 W. Fairway Drive, Freeport
Sept. 26 9 a.m.-noon; FHN Family Healthcare Center-Burchard Hills
Sept. 30 3-6 p.m.; FHN Family Healthcare Center-Burchard Hills
Oct. 3 9 a.m.-noon; Terrapin Park, 350 West Street, Elizabeth (next to the Elizabeth Grand Antique Mall)
Oct. 10 9 a.m.-noon; Eastland High School, 500 S. School Drive, Lanark
Oct. 14 3-6 p.m.; FHN Family Healthcare Center-Burchard Hills
Oct. 17 9 a.m.-noon; Eastland High School

For more information on FHN's flu shot clinics and how you can avoid the flu, visit www.fhn.org/flu2020.asp.

FHN, a not-for-profit organization with nearly 1,200 employees, is an award-winning regional healthcare system committed to the health and well-being of the people of northwest Illinois and southern Wisconsin. FHN Memorial Hospital has been recognized as one of the state's top hospitals for safety by the Leapfrog group and Healthgrades as well as by the world's largest, completely independent, non-profit product- and service-testing organization. FHN caregivers serve an average of 1,500 people each day across FHN's 19 locations in 5 counties spanning northwest Illinois. Organized in 1995 as an integrated healthcare delivery system, FHN is comprised of FHN Memorial Hospital, the Leonard C. Ferguson Cancer Center at FHN Memorial Hospital, 13 family healthcare centers offering primary and specialty medical care, hospice, and outpatient mental health services. For more information about FHN, please visit www.fhn.org.

FHN Experts Talk About Going Back to School Safely

August 25, 2020 – FHN President and CEO Mark Gridley MBA, FACHE and Infection Preventionist Margie Kochsmier MSN, RN, CMSRN discuss keeping kids safe as they go back to school in the latest FHN COVID-19 update video.

“Anyone, of any age, can get COVID-19, and can spread the virus, even if they don't have any symptoms,” Kochsmier said. “So it's important that parents serve as good role models for their children and practice safe social distancing, masking, and handwashing at home.”

Keep your children informed about what's happening, but don't scare them, Kochsmier advised. Instead, choose fun masks and help young students remember social distancing guidelines with comparisons to putting their arms out in front of them or a hula hoop.

Kochsmier urges parents to continue wiping down high-touch surfaces in the home, as this simple action can help families avoid spreading not just COVID-19, but colds and flu germs as well.

Gridley and Kochsmier also remind parents that, even if their student is attending classes virtually, he or she needs to have a physical exam and verification of their immunizations before entry into preschool, kindergarten, sixth grade, and ninth grade.

“Our provider offices are open and safe to visit, so don't hesitate to make an appointment with your child's pediatrician to make sure they are up-to-date on immunizations,” Gridley said.

School districts in northwest Illinois are following Illinois Department of Public Health guidelines for school opening, which are more stringent than the Centers for Disease Control guidelines. If a child is sent home sick, he or she will need to have been fever free without medications for at least 10 days as well as have a negative COVID-19 test and a letter from his or her healthcare provider.

“We are hopeful that these careful precautions will help us control the spread of COVID-19 as schools open up in person,” Gridley said.

The video, along with all of the previous weeks' videos, is available on FHN's COVID-19 information site, www.fhn.org/coronavirus.

FHN, a not-for-profit organization with nearly 1,200 employees, is an award-winning regional healthcare system committed to the health and well-being of the people of northwest Illinois and southern Wisconsin. FHN Memorial Hospital has been recognized as one of the state's top hospitals for safety by the Leapfrog group and Healthgrades as well as by the world's largest, completely independent, non-profit product- and service-testing organization. FHN caregivers serve an average of 1,500 people each day across FHN's 19 locations in 5 counties spanning northwest Illinois. Organized in 1995 as an integrated healthcare delivery system, FHN is comprised of FHN Memorial Hospital, the Leonard C. Ferguson Cancer Center at FHN Memorial Hospital, 13 family healthcare centers offering primary and specialty medical care, hospice, and outpatient mental health services. For more information about FHN, please visit www.fhn.org.

FHN Memorial Achieves Silver Plus Recognition for Stroke Care

August 25, 2020 – FHN Memorial Hospital in Freeport has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's Get With The Guidelines - Stroke Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award. This award recognizes FHN's commitment to ensuring stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence.

Hospitals must achieve 85 percent or higher adherence to all Get With The Guidelines - Stroke core measures of stroke care for 12 consecutive months and meet or achieve 75 percent or higher compliance in five additional quality metrics to receive the Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award.

FHN earned the award by meeting specific quality achievement measures for the diagnosis and treatment of stroke patients at a set level for a designated period. These measures include evaluation of the proper use of medications and other stroke treatments aligned with the most up-to-date, evidence-based guidelines with the goal of speeding recovery and reducing death and disability for stroke patients. Before discharge, patients also receive education on managing their health and get a follow-up visit scheduled, as well as other care transition interventions.

“FHN is dedicated to improving the quality of care for our stroke patients by implementing the American Heart Association's Get With The Guidelines - Stroke initiative,” said FHN Stroke Program Coordinator Tracy Love MSN, RN, CNL. “The tools and resources provided help us track and measure our success in meeting evidence-based clinical guidelines developed to improve patient outcomes.”

“With a stroke, time lost is brain lost, and this award demonstrates our commitment to ensuring patients in our community receive care based on nationally recognized clinical guidelines.”

“We are pleased to recognize FHN for their commitment to stroke care,” said Lee H. Schwamm MD, national chairperson of the Quality Oversight Committee and Executive Vice Chair of Neurology, Director of Acute Stroke Services at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Mass. “Research has shown that hospitals adhering to clinical measures through the Get with the Guidelines quality improvement initiative can often see fewer readmissions and lower mortality rates.”

According to the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, stroke is the number five cause of death and a leading cause of adult disability in the United States. On average, someone suffers a stroke every 40 seconds; someone dies of a stroke every four minutes; and 795,000 people suffer a new or recurrent stroke each year.

About Get With The Guidelines
Get With The Guidelines is the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's hospital-based quality improvement program that provides hospitals with tools and resources to increase adherence to the latest research-based guidelines. Developed with the goal of saving lives and hastening recovery, Get with the Guidelines has touched the lives of more than 6 million patients since 2001. For more information, visit heart.org

FHN, a not-for-profit organization with nearly 1,200 employees, is an award-winning regional healthcare system committed to the health and well-being of the people of northwest Illinois and southern Wisconsin. FHN Memorial Hospital has been recognized as one of the state's top hospitals for safety by the Leapfrog group and Healthgrades as well as by the world's largest, completely independent, non-profit product- and service-testing organization. FHN caregivers serve an average of 1,500 people each day across FHN's 19 locations in 5 counties spanning northwest Illinois. Organized in 1995 as an integrated healthcare delivery system, FHN is comprised of FHN Memorial Hospital, the Leonard C. Ferguson Cancer Center at FHN Memorial Hospital, 13 family healthcare centers offering primary and specialty medical care, hospice, and outpatient mental health services. For more information about FHN, please visit www.fhn.org.

FHN to Hold Virtual Walk to Remember

August 20, 2020 – FHN's 35th annual Walk to Remember, a special ceremony for parents and families who have lost a baby (through miscarriage, stillbirth or newborn loss) to share their grief and remember their loved one, will be held virtually this year due to COVID-19 precautions.

Families are asked to take some time to walk together in honor of their loved one between Sept. 4 and Sept. 18. All who register online by Sept. 18 will receive an ornament and a link to a small virtual ceremony to be made available to participants. There is no charge to take part in this remembrance event, and families are encouraged to share photos of their own walk for remembrance.

The ceremony will feature a welcome, song, prayer and blessing, and (with families' permission) a reading of each child's name from the ornaments placed on the Infant Memorial Tree located across Lincoln Blvd. from Bidwell Park. Families are invited to remove their child's ornament from the tree between Oct. 4 and Nov. 1 and decorate it as a keepsake.

A Walk to Remember, named for a poem by Kathie Mayo on the subject of losing a child, is an annual event held both to honor those lost and comfort those left behind.

To RSVP or for more information on the Walk to Remember, visit www.fhn.org/walktoremember or call Barb Lessman at 815-801-4195. FHN, a not-for-profit organization with nearly 1,200 employees, is an award-winning regional healthcare system committed to the health and well-being of the people of northwest Illinois and southern Wisconsin. FHN Memorial Hospital has been recognized as one of the state's top hospitals for safety by the Leapfrog group and Healthgrades as well as by the world's largest, completely independent, non-profit product- and service-testing organization. FHN caregivers serve an average of 1,500 people each day across FHN's 19 locations in 5 counties spanning northwest Illinois. Organized in 1995 as an integrated healthcare delivery system, FHN is comprised of FHN Memorial Hospital, the Leonard C. Ferguson Cancer Center at FHN Memorial Hospital, 13 family healthcare centers offering primary and specialty medical care, hospice, and outpatient mental health services. For more information about FHN, please visit www.fhn.org.

FHN Leaders Talk About Coping with ‘Pandemic Time'

August 14, 2020 – FHN President and CEO Mark Gridley MBA, FACHE, and Assistant Vice President, Behavioral Health Gabriel Gonzalez, MSW, talk about how to deal with the “pandemic time” perception of time moving slowly - or quickly - in the latest FHN COVID-19 update video.

“For many people, this hyper-focused state seems to make time slow down,” Gonzalez said. “The key to regulate that is to find enjoyable things to do, stay busy, and have a daily routine.”

Gridley urges people to acknowledge the stress everyone is under, including being tired of masking and social distancing restrictions.

“We're wearing masks to protect others, and while it is an inconvenience, it is helping to minimize the spread of COVID-19,” Gridley said. “But remember, ‘social distancing' does not mean social isolation. Take the time to get out and enjoy the nice weather with your loved ones, and keep ‘virtually' reaching out and connecting with friends and loved ones, too.”

Gridley also shares an update on COVID-19 in the region, calling the recent uptick in cases “increased activity” as opposed to a surge. Though FHN still is not planning large group events, all the organization's clinics and offices, as well as FHN Memorial Hospital, are open and safe.

Though not all opening guidelines for area school districts are finalized, Gridley hopes to be able to discuss the health aspects of them in FHN's next update video to be released in two weeks.

The video, along with all of the previous weeks' videos, is available on FHN's COVID-19 information site, www.fhn.org/coronavirus.

FHN, a not-for-profit organization with nearly 1,200 employees, is an award-winning regional healthcare system committed to the health and well-being of the people of northwest Illinois and southern Wisconsin. FHN Memorial Hospital has been recognized as one of the state's top hospitals for safety by the Leapfrog group and Healthgrades as well as by the world's largest, completely independent, non-profit product- and service-testing organization. FHN caregivers serve an average of 1,500 people each day across FHN's 19 locations in 5 counties spanning northwest Illinois. Organized in 1995 as an integrated healthcare delivery system, FHN is comprised of FHN Memorial Hospital, the Leonard C. Ferguson Cancer Center at FHN Memorial Hospital, 13 family healthcare centers offering primary and specialty medical care, hospice, and outpatient mental health services. For more information about FHN, please visit www.fhn.org.

FHN's Moore Named AAFP Fellow

August 12, 2020 – FREEPORT, Ill., August 12, 2020 - FHN physician April Moore has earned the Degree of Fellow from the American Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Moore, who cares for patients at the FHN Family Healthcare Center - Forreston, has demonstrated her commitment to healthcare through her service to family medicine and the community, and by her professional development through medical education and research.

Dr. Moore earned her medical degree from the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield and served her residency at the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Rockford. She holds a bachelor's degree in pre-med and biology from Augustana College in Rock Island, Ill.

She cares for patients of all ages and offers women's healthcare and colposcopy in FHN's Forreston office. She is welcoming new patients. To make an appointment with April Moore, MD, FAAFP, call the FHN Family Healthcare Center - Forreston at 815-938-3130.

Mammogram Appointments Available to Fit Your Schedule

July 14, 2020 – FHN has announced enhanced availability of an important test: Women in need of a screening mammogram can get a no-wait appointment with just one call.

"Our scheduling experts have made it easier than ever to get this important screening done at our patients' convenience," said FHN Director of Imaging Services Katie Alvarado. "They'll get your mammogram scheduled on your timetable, and eliminate any need for you to wait."

Mammogram appointments are available every weekday and some evening hours, and the staff of the Women's Diagnostic Center at FHN Memorial Hospital follows rigorous cleaning and safety protocols to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and keep patients safe.

Call 815-599-6860 during business hours to schedule a mammogram today.

FHN Leaders Talk About Ways to See Your Healthcare Provider

July 1, 2020 – FHN President and CEO Mark Gridley, MBA, FACHE and Director of Patient Access Sarah Graybill talk about the many different ways patients can make an appointment with their healthcare provider in this week's COVID-19 video update.

"While it is safe for patients to make a regular appointment to come in and see their provider, some of our patients may still be uncomfortable going out. They can reach out with a phone call, a message through our patient portal MyFHN, or choose a virtual telehealth visit," Graybill said. "We have people available to help patients arrange and get the care they need, and we often can schedule next-day or even same-day appointments."

The video, along with all of the previous weeks' videos, is available on FHN's COVID-19 information site, www.fhn.org/coronavirus. Forthcoming update videos will be shared once every two weeks.

FHN Offering Outpatient Lab Services at Hospital Starting July 6

June 24, 2020 – FHN's Outpatient Lab Services, which were relocated to FHN's Freeport Family Healthcare Centers in April to ensure patient and staff safety during the initial stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, will again be available at FHN Memorial Hospital effective Monday, July 6.

"For our Lab patients as well as all others, we have implemented many precautions at the hospital and throughout our office locations to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect our patients and staff," said FHN Chief Quality Officer and Family Medicine physician Rebecca Pedersen, MD, CPE, FAAFP. "For example, hospital patients who may be affected by COVID-19 are isolated from other patients, and the caregivers helping them do not 'cross over' and treat non-COVID patients."

The temporary hospital outpatient lab locations at FHN's two Freeport Family Healthcare Centers (Burchard Hills, at 1010 W. Fairway Drive, and Highland View Drive, at 3001 Highland View Drive) will be available until the end of business on Thursday, July 2.

To learn more about how FHN is ensuring the safety of its patients, staff, and communities, please view our safety video at www.fhn.org/wereopen.

FHN, Jo Daviess Juvenile Justice Council Wrap Up Prevention Grant

June 23, 2020 – In 2014 FHN, in partnership with the Jo Daviess County Juvenile Justice Council (JJC), was awarded a Strategic Prevention Framework Partnership for Success (SPF-PFS) grant by the Illinois Department of Human Services to decrease 30-day alcohol use by 8th - 12th graders in Jo Daviess County. The results of the 2014 Illinois Youth Survey revealed that the Jo Daviess County youth 30-day use of alcohol rate exceeded the state average by 8 percent, one of the highest use rates in the state.

The five-year grant, which was extended an extra year, supported a comprehensive community assessment which identified four contributing factors to the high youth alcohol use rate. Youth reported a low perceived risk of using alcohol; permissive community and family norms that enable the use of alcohol by youth; and parents providing alcohol to youth in multiple settings.

Following the assessment, FHN and JJC developed a strategic plan which identified two evidence-based strategies, a youth prevention education program, and a parent communication campaign.

The parent communication campaign launched in the fall of 2017. Over the past three years, messaging has been delivered via multiple media sources including direct mail, newspaper ads, posters, billboards, social media, and even a video contest. (The winning video can be seen at http://tinyurl.com/FHNIYS.)

The youth prevention education program, All Stars Building Bright Futures, was started in the spring of 2018 at four of the county middle schools. Thanks to the support of the schools' administration, by the end of 2019, all 7th and 8th grade students at all six middle schools completed an All Stars youth prevention education program.

The goals and outcomes of the parent communication campaign and the youth prevention education program will be measured by the biennial Illinois Youth Survey (IYC). The results from the 2018 IYS showed an overall 7 percent decrease in 30-day alcohol use by 8th - 12th graders compared to 2014. The county results from the 2020 survey will be available late summer, and will be shared online at www.fhn.org/IYS.

The funding from the SPF-PFS grant will end on June 30. The strategies will be sustained in Jo Daviess County through an extension of FHN's Substance Use Prevention Services grant from the Illinois Department of Human Services. A copy of the June 2020 Jo Daviess County Underage Drinking Parent Communications Executive Profile Report is available at www.fhn.org/IYS.