• Community Health nurse says housing opportunities better here for Somali families
BROOKINGS – The number of people served by WIC (Women, Infants and Children) in Brookings County is rising, and it’s partly due to an increase in Somali families moving to the county.
“We are getting a more diverse culture in our WIC caseload,” Melissa Coull, a nurse for Brookings Community Health Services, told the Brookings County Commission Tuesday morning.
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