October Public Health News
It's only a matter of time...
The flu is on it's way to the Midwest. During last year’s Wisconsin flu season, 3,483 people were hospitalized and 604 were admitted to the intensive care unit due to flu-related complications. In the previous flu season, 7,526 people were hospitalized with the flu, the highest year on record. Learn more...
Need help affording your mammogram?
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The Wisconsin Well Women's Program provides breast and cervical cancer screening to low income, uninsured or underinsured. Get in touch by filling out this form, calling (920)727-8650 or texting ( 920)249-5111.
Health Department staff presented to the LWV on how racism affects our health right here in Winnebago County. If your organization would like to learn more about integrating health in all policies contact us.
Are you registered to vote for the upcoming election? Know what's on the ballot? Check out these Voter Education Materials for Winnebago County.
The County Clerk is teaming up with the League of Women Voters to host workshops on how to run for office this fall. Learn about the process and be able to ensure the people leading represent our community! Event times and locations will be posted online .
WI Well Badger Website launches 10/1/19 The Well Badger Resource Center provides Information & Referral (I&R) services to individuals, families, and health professionals throughout the state. We specialize in information and referrals for health care services and resources including WIC, BadgerCare Plus, Wisconsin Well Woman, services for children and youth with special health care needs, mental health services, and many more
New classes starting this fall:
  • Stepping On (Neenah-Menasha)
  • Strong Bodies (Oshkosh)
  • Healthy Living With Diabetes (Oshkosh & Menasha)
  • Healthy Living with Chronic Pain (Menasha)
  • Powerful Tools for Caregivers (Oshkosh)
Visit our website for current class listings and descriptions.
Call to register:
Questions can be sent to:
Winnebago County Health Department