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FAMILY HEALTH SERVICES

WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

The Will County Health Department Provides Family Health Services to Adults, Children and Adolescents.

The Division of Family Health Services provides a wide variety of services to the community, including health education and prevention programs, maternal child health programs, Immunizations, and communicable diseases surveillance. 

ADOLESCENT HEALTH

Improving adolescent health by empowering adolescents to adopt healthy behaviors by increasing the rate of adolescent well-care visits and ensuring that health care provided to adolescents is youth-friendly and meets the needs of adolescents.

AOK (ALL OUR KIDS) EARLY CHILDHOOD NETWORK

A community-based collaboration that is committed to developing a high-quality, well-coordinated, easily accessible system of care that will promote positive growth and development for children 0-5 and their families.

BETTER BIRTH OUTCOMES

A case management program designed to promote healthy pregnancies and healthy babies by providing pregnant women with education and support.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SCREENINGS FOR CHILDREN

Developmental screenings provide parents and professionals with information on whether a child’s development is similar to children of the same age.

EPIDEMIOLOGY & COMMUNICABLE DISEASE

Protecting and promoting the health of residents through public health surveillance, field investigations, health assessments and epidemiological studies.

GENETICS PROGRAM

Provides education, referrals, follow-up, and advocacy to families in Will and Grundy Counties whose infants had abnormal newborn screenings.

HEALTHWORKS OF ILLINOIS

A case management program designed to meet the medical needs of children under 21 who are in custody of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS).

HIGH-RISK CASE MANAGEMENT (HRCM)

A comprehensive program that assures easier access to medical care and provides support for high-risk infants and DCFS youths.

HIV, STD & PrEP CLINIC

Provides quality HIV/STD prevention and care services, including PrEP (Pre-exposure prophylaxis), for those at highest risk of acquiring HIV/STD’s, linkage to care for person’s living with HIV, surveillance of HIV cases and HIV support group.

IMMUNIZATIONS

Provides a full variety of recommended childhood and adult immunizations to the residents of Illinois.

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL IMMUNIZATION CLINIC

Provides comprehensive consultation and immunization services for persons traveling abroad, by appointment only.

LEAD POISONING PREVENTION

A comprehensive community intervention program available to prevent childhood lead poisoning, provides nursing case management and environmental inspections for children ages six and under with elevated blood levels.

MAPP

The MAPP Collaborative works to ensure that assessment, policy, and assurance are met within the Public Health System.

TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION

Helping to reduce the rates of teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, and existing health disparities and to put youth on the path to a successful future.

TOBACCO CONTROL & PREVENTION

Offers services to decrease tobacco use rates, keep youth tobacco-free, and eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS & CHILDREN)

WIC (Women, Infants, and Children Supplemental Nutrition Program) provides assistance from nutritionists and nurses for mothers, from their pregnancy to the child’s fifth birthday.

VISION & HEARING

Vision and hearing screening for all ages. The main goal of the program is early detection of vision and hearing problems in children.