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For the safety of the community and our staff, some MHD services have been temporarily suspended or reduced. Please call 414-286-3521 to inquire about service availability. For COVID-19 Questions? Call 414-286-6800.
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Tuesday, June 13, 2023
Time:9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Location:Southside Health Center - 1639 S. 23rd Street - 1st Floor Multipurpose Room
Join us for an upcoming session of Mom-2-Mom – on the 2nd Tuesday of each month! Mom-2-Mom is a safe, supportive, judgment-free space for young moms to connect and chat about what matters to them. Babies and children are welcome, with activities including walks, music, crafts, playing in the park,...
Featured News and Events
COVID-19 vaccines and booster doses are free and available at Milwaukee Health Department clinics without an appointment.
Protect yourself against mpox by learning more about how the viral infection spreads, what symptoms to look for, where and when to get tested, and - most importantly - where to get the JYNNEOS mpox vaccine.
MHD immunization clinics offer free routine immunizations, flu shots, and COVID-19 vaccines with expanded hours and walk-in availability. Learn more.
This spring, find helpful tips on getting involved with neighborhood cleanups, improving your home, creating gardens and green spaces, being active outdoors, and staying prepared for fire and storm hazards. Take advantage of community resources and grant incentives to make improvements in your community.
The City of Milwaukee Health Department is taking action to raise awareness that opioids can be addictive and dangerous. Know the risk of what you're taking / Conozca los riesgos que hay en lo que está tomando
Home Environmental Health
Protect your family from lead exposure by getting lead safe! Lead exposure can occur through lead-based paint, drinking water, soil and other materials. What can you do?
Get Lead Safe in Three: Visit Lead-Safe Milwaukee
Need help managing your money because of COVID-19?
The Financial Navigators Program helps residents one-on-one over the phone to address personal financial issues, identify action steps to manage expenses and provides referrals to maximize income.
Violence is a public health issue. To coordinate and guide a public health approach to violence prevention, Milwaukee's Blueprint for Peace serves as a comprehensive, community-driven agenda for addressing the complex factors that drive violence.