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Links to information on the various ways to obtain birth and death certificates.
Details on services and programs provided by our Immunization division.
The BOMB Doula Program was created to support healthy pregnancies and nurture healthy babies in the City of Milwaukee.
Answers to common questions about our Immunization Program.
Services and eligibility information for our Well Woman and WISEWOMAN programs targeting women ages 45 to 64.
Overview information for the City of Milwaukee Health Department's Public Health Lab.
Listings, locations and contact info for all clinics we offer.
MCH programs provide home visiting, health access, nutrition, health education, pre/post-natal and community outreach services — targeting families impacted by high infant mortality, health, social and economic disparities.
The CD program serves as a resource for the general public, schools, and community and medical entities regarding infectious diseases, infection control, and prevention.
Wisconsin law requires that all babies have the newborn screening done before they leave the hospital. Babies born at home must be tested within a week of birth.
This program helps you get access to the health care and nutrition programs you are eligible for.
Information about screening tests given to babies shortly after birth.
Links to information about our food, commerce and health inspection and licensing services.
The Occupational Health, Safety, and Preparedness Program strives to ensure the safety of workers in both the department and community.
General and referral information along with a link for donating to the program and links for further information on safe sleep and infant mortality.
Overview, eligibility and contact information for our Parents Nurturing and Caring for their Children program.
Information on the DAD Project - a free, voluntary home visiting program for fathers and families.
Information on free pregnancy testing, emergency contraceptives, and birth control access, as well as links to more information and resources on pregnancy prevention.
Information on Diabetic Retinopathy Screening and eligibility.
A listing of the services offered by our Sexual and Reproductive Health Program.
A list of shelters, hotlines, meal programs and health care options in the Milwaukee area.
The Strong Baby Title V Program provides training, education, and informs practice on six focus areas — Safe Sleep, Breastfeeding, Developmental Screening, Healthy Equity, Perinatal Depression and Adolescent Suicide.
Overview, eligibility and contact information for our Empowering Families of Milwaukee program.
Information related to substance abuse prevention efforts and other resources.
Information regarding environmental health issues such as air quality, chemicals and hazards, mold, weather and climate, drinking, and recreational water.
An overview of this program along with its clinic hours.
Description of this award-winning program along with supporting materials.
An overview of the work done by the Office of Violence Prevention with downloadable materials and community resources to help victims and perpetrators of violence in our community.
Learn about our four home-visiting programs for mothers and their babies that provide health check-ups and support for families in need.
Eligibility and contact information for Milwaukee's WIC program, which provides food purchasing assistance for low-income families.