The Substance Abuse Free Environment (SAFE) in Juneau County Coalition is a partnership of dedicated and passionate community members who work to prevent substance abuse, focusing on preventing initiation of use with youth. Safe works on alcohol, tobacco, and prescription drugs with the goal of community level changes to impact population health.
Communicable Disease Program JCHD provides follow-up services on reportable diseases to ensure the safety of its residents and decrease the transmission of disease. A Public Health Nurse provides education on ways to reduce exposure to the disease and when possible determine the source and where it may have spread. Examples of reportable communicable diseases are: Lyme disease, Salmonella, Whooping Cough, Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Hepatitis.
Affordable Care Act Affordable Care Act of 2009 requires individuals to obtain basic health insurance. The Juneau County Health Department offers federal health insurance application and enrollment assistance. Open enrollment in the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace ends January 15, 2023 For further information visit: How to sign up:
South 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.
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Wisconsin Well Woman Program The Wisconsin Well Woman Program (WWWP) provides breast and cervical cancer screening services to women with little or no health insurance coverage. Well Woman pays for mammograms, Pap tests, clinical breast exams, and multiple sclerosis testing for women with high risk signs of multiple sclerosis. Covered services are available from participating health care providers at no cost to Well Woman clients. To be eligible: