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The Will County Health Department is the proud recipient of two new awards.

 

Gold level American Heart Association's Fit-Friendly Worksite award.

Recipient, American Heart Association Fit-Friendly Gold Award 2015

Recipient, Illinois Healthy Worksite Silver Level

 Silver recipient of the Illinois Healthy Worksite designation from 2015 to 2018.

Will County Health Department Top Stories!All The News »

Will County Reports Record-Tying Bat Rabies Case

Animal Control Administrator Expresses Growing Concern About Bats In Homes

JOLIET – A bat trapped live in a Homer Glen residence is Will County’s 13th confirmed case of wildlife rabies for 2015.

Will County Health Department Reports Sizeable WNV Increase

Virus-Positive Mosquito Samples Up 140 Percent In Four Days

JOLIET – Monitoring sites operated by the Will County Health Department reported 14 new West Nile Virus-positive mosquito pools from Monday, August 17, through Thursday, August 20.

Will County Reports Two New Cases Of Bat Rabies

County Approaching Record-Setting Numbers

JOLIET – Bats found in Naperville and Frankfort represent Will County’s newest wildlife rabies confirmations for 2015.

Health Department Reports Multiple West Nile Virus

Positive Mosquito Samples

 Joliet - Mosquito samples collected from a Will County Health Department monitoring site in Crete tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV) late Thursday, August 13.

Worksite Wellness Summit Set For September 10

Noted Writer, Author And Speaker To Keynote

JOLIET – Endless worksite wellness possibilities are on the menu September 10, when Will County’s Mobilizing Action for Planning and Partnerships (MAPP), hosts an innovative WEWILL WorkHealthy Worksite Wellness Summit.

Health Department Supports National Immunization Awareness Month

Health Department Supports National Immunization Awareness Month

Adults Need Immunizations Too

JOLIET – Vaccinating our children is commonplace in the United States, but few adults know they need vaccines, and even fewer are fully immunized.

Help National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Heatstroke Prevention & Awareness

Help National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Heatstroke Prevention & Awareness

Spreading the awareness about the dangers of child heatstroke in hot cars

"Where's Baby?  Look Before You Lock."  Help the National Highway Traffic & Safety & Administration's (NHTSA)  Heatstroke Prevention & Awareness Campaign spread awareness about the dangers of child heatstroke in cars. There are several fact sheets (English and Spanish), flyers, posters, etc.,  available through the web link in the article.  Please share this information and use it to help educate the public.
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Main Office

501 Ella Avenue
Joliet, IL 60433
815-727-8480
Fax: 815-727-8484
TDD: 815-727-8690

Community Health Center

1106 Neal Avenue
Joliet, IL 60433
815-727-8670

Eastern Branch Office

Suites 107 to 110
5601 W Monee-Manhattan Road
Monee, Il 60449
815-727-8803
708-534-0800
Fax: 708-534-3455

Northern Branch Office

323 Quadrangle Drive
Bolingbrook, IL 60440
630-679-7000
Fax: 630-679-7015