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Call 815.740.8143 to schedule an appointment for the NEW bivalent COVID-19 vaccine

WCHD’s Immunization’s Program is now offering the new bivalent vaccine booster for individuals ages 12 and older who have completed a COVID-19 vaccine primary series. Pfizer and Moderna’s new bivalent vaccines have been modified to be effective aginst both the original strain of COIVD-19 and the most recent Omicron subvariants [BA.4 and BA.5].

Will County Health Department & Community Health Center

Programs & Services

The Will County Health Department and Community Health Center’s Mission is to prevent disease and promote a healthier environment for all residents, business operators, and visitors. Our agency of professionally trained staff work cohesively to assure public health and safety measures are maintained through services and programs the department provides based on the needs of the community.

Our Vision is to deliver sustainable programs and policies in response to the public health needs of the community.

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COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

Providing safe, quality, efficient and affordable health care to adults, children and adolescents in Will County.

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BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

Providing Behavioral Health services to adults, children and adolescents who are Will County residents.

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FAMILY HEALTH SERVICES

Providing education, health services, programs and support for families in Will County.

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ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

Ensuring the environmental safety of Will County residents through education, analysis and environmental inspections.

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EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

WCHD Emergency Preparedness & Response program works with many federal, state and local governments and private agencies to provide a quick response to potential public health emergencies. 

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MAPP

Will County Mobilizing for Action Through Planning and Partnerships.

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Public Announcements

English IDPH Survey

Did You Have COVID-19? Did You Try to Get Treatment?

If you tested positive for COVID-19, the Illinois Department of Public Health would like to know about your experience in getting treatment for the disease.

Take the Patient Experience Survey

Will County Offering Grant Money to Eligible Programs

Will County Offering Grant Money to Eligible Programs

Qualified entities that serve the residents of Will County may be eligible for a share of $25 million in ARPA funds.

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ARPA Grant Application

Security Guards Sealed Bids

WCHD Accepting Sealed Bids for Security Guard Services at its Joliet Complex

Sealed bids for the WCHD security services will be accepted until the hour of 10:00AM, Friday, October 7, 2022.

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IDHS RPSA NOFO

NOFO Announcement: RPSA Violence Prevention Services-Greater Illinois

The IDHS Office of Firearm Violence Prevention (OFVP) is investing in the highest-risk Greater Illinois communities to provide comprehensive violence prevention services intended to mitigate, reduce, and prevent violent behavior, particularly firearm violence.

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Will County wants to hear from you!

Access Will County is a new initiative seeking to improve the experience of using dial-a-ride, paratransit, and demand response services. We want to hear from residents who have and have not used these services. The survey closes on October 5th.

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Download WC Access Survey

Monkeypox info line

Will County Monkeypox Info Line

We have developed a dedicated information line for Monkeypox screenings, vaccinations, and treatment options.

If you have any questions regarding eligibility, please call 779-230-6051.

MonkeyPox Facts

Will County Health Department  & Community Health Center Locations

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