Welcome to Juneau County!

Healthy Community


SAFE in Juneau County 
The Substance Abuse Free Environment (SAFE) in Juneau County Coalition is a partnership of dedicated and passionate community members who work to prevent substance misuse, focusing on preventing initiation of use with youth. SAFE works on alcohol, tobacco, and opioids with the goal of community level changes to impact population health.

South Central Alliance for Tobacco Prevention

southcentralalliancefortobaccoprevention-logo-rgbSouth Central Alliance for Tobacco Prevention serves Adams, Juneau, and Sauk County by empowering communities to build healthier environments to prevent the initiation of commercial tobacco use, reduce secondhand smoke and aerosol exposure, address tobacco-related health disparities, and support effective, accessible commercial tobacco cessation. We achieve this through collaboration with diverse partners and community members, education, advocacy, and effective systems change.


Community Action Teams 
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Community Action Teams (CATs) were established in May 2022 of community leaders, subject matter experts and community members to create actionable plans on how to move the needle in these three areas. Recruitment for the CATs consisted of strategic invitations to leaders, experts, and change-makers in each of the three categories. We knew this was essential as the Juneau County Health Department stepped into a Community Health Strategist role. We know these areas have a huge impact on community health and that we were not the experts to guide this work, but convene a space for change. Community members were also invited in through press releases, radio spots, and social media content. The CATs are open to everyone.

Good Jobs Strong Economy CAT
Affordable Housing CAT
Accessible Transportation CAT
Mental Health CAT

Community Action Teams focus on the main priorities of the Community Health Improvement Plan. These priorities are informed by the Community Health Assessment local health departments are required to complete every 5 years. It is a process to help select the most important things impacting the health of the local community. 

Why does this matter? The ultimate goal of this process is to spark change in a community for the better!


Even the nicest days can be turned upside down by severe weather & disaster at any given time. Be sure to click the button below to learn more about how to prepare your family for the worst.


Medical Reserve Corps
MRC units organize and utilize medical and public health professionals such as physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, veterinarians, and epidemiologists. Many community members—interpreters, chaplains, office workers, legal advisors, and others—can fill key support positions.


Well Badger Resource Center
Well Badger is a Health Information and Referral Program that is managed by the Wisconsin Women's Health Foundation & the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. Click the button below, or contact the Well Badger Resource Center by phone at (800) 642-7837