Beginning in January, indigent clients who want contraceptives or cancer screenings won’t be able to get them from the Christian County Health Department unless they live here. The alternative is for their home counties to sign a contract with Christian County before Jan. 1. They would reimburse Christian County for each service rendered, and the exchange could go both ways. The policy won’t affect any services that depend entirely on federal or state funding. It will only apply to those that depend on local property taxes.
Health Department Refuses Non-Locals
By Nick Tabor & Kentucky New Era • Nov 21, 2012