Media Relations & Press Releases
SWIMMING TIME MEANS INSPECTION TIME FOR WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Press Release: SWIMMING TIME MEANS INSPECTION TIME FOR WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Inspections Taking Place at Beeches, Pool Facilities

Wednesday, May 24, 2017/Author: Environmental Health Staff/Number of views (109)/ Article rating: No rating
Water at 12 beach facilities and 132 pool facilities will be receiving regular inspections. more...
FIRST RABID BAT OF SEASON FOUND IN WILMINGTON, SEVEN PEOPLE RECOMMENDED FOR TREATMENT

Press Release: FIRST RABID BAT OF SEASON FOUND IN WILMINGTON, SEVEN PEOPLE RECOMMENDED FOR TREATMENT

Dog Found Playing with Bat in Backyard

Tuesday, May 23, 2017/Author: Family Health Services Staff/Number of views (106)/ Article rating: No rating
Bat captured May 20th, tested positive for rabies May 22nd. more...
PARENTS OF CHILDREN UP TO AGE FIVE, AND FUTURE PARENTS, INVITED TO COMPLETE SURVEY

Press Release: PARENTS OF CHILDREN UP TO AGE FIVE, AND FUTURE PARENTS, INVITED TO COMPLETE SURVEY

All Our Kids Network On-Line Survey

Wednesday, May 17, 2017/Author: Family Health Services Staff/Number of views (185)/ Article rating: No rating
TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION DAYS IN VALLEY VIEW SCHOOL DISTRICT

Press Release: TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION DAYS IN VALLEY VIEW SCHOOL DISTRICT

Will County Health Educators Participate in Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month

Monday, May 15, 2017/Author: Family Health Services Staff/Number of views (267)/ Article rating: No rating
“Making a Difference” and “Making Proud Choices” days during the lunch periods at the Valley View School District’s Hubert Humphrey Middle School and Bolingbrook High School. more...
WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT'S COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER RECEIVES MAJOR ACCREDITATION

Press Release: WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT'S COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER RECEIVES MAJOR ACCREDITATION

Recogzined by Country's Largest Standard-Setting Body: The Joint Commission

Monday, May 15, 2017/Author: Community Health Center Staff/Number of views (230)/ Article rating: No rating
An independent, not-for-profit organization established in 1951. more...
WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT RECOMMENDS DIABETES PREVENTION AND DIABETES PROGRAMS

Press Release: WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT RECOMMENDS DIABETES PREVENTION AND DIABETES PROGRAMS

Lifestyle Changes Right Now Can Make a Difference Down the Road

Thursday, May 11, 2017/Author: Family Health Services Staff/Number of views (334)/ Article rating: No rating
To reduce the burden of diabetes, the Will County Health Department encourages community members to take advantage of the local Diabetes Prevention Programs. more...
KENNEDY FORUM LEADS THE WAY: BRINGING BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE PROPER RESPECT

Press Release: KENNEDY FORUM LEADS THE WAY: BRINGING BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE PROPER RESPECT

Tuesday May 9th "On the Table" Breakfast Event a Call to Action

Monday, May 8, 2017/Author: Behavioral Health Staff/Number of views (407)/ Article rating: 5.0
The goal: removing the stigma that often prevents Behavioral Health from receiving the same priority as all other forms of health care. more...
CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH: IT'S UP TO TODAY'S ADULTS AND KIDS TO GET INVOLVED

Press Release: CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH: IT'S UP TO TODAY'S ADULTS AND KIDS TO GET INVOLVED

Both the Older and Younger Must Know When to Take Action

Tuesday, May 2, 2017/Author: Behavioral Health Staff/Number of views (668)/ Article rating: No rating
“How are we, as a society, doing when it comes to being aware and caring about the mental health of our kids?” more...
BEING ALERT FOR CHILD ABUSE SITUATIONS REQUIRES VILLAGE EFFORT

Press Release: BEING ALERT FOR CHILD ABUSE SITUATIONS REQUIRES VILLAGE EFFORT

Child Abuse a More Complicated Issue; More Eyes Needed

Wednesday, April 26, 2017/Author: Family Health Services Staff/Number of views (817)/ Article rating: No rating
Awareness for emotional abuse needed as well as for physical abuse. more...
MESSAGE FOR FUTURE SOCIAL WORKERS: "ADVOCATE FOR THOSE YOU SERVE"

Press Release: MESSAGE FOR FUTURE SOCIAL WORKERS: "ADVOCATE FOR THOSE YOU SERVE"

Will Co Health Dept Behavioral Health Leader Rallies USF Students

Tuesday, April 25, 2017/Author: Behavioral Health Staff/Number of views (808)/ Article rating: No rating
“A clinical psychologist will look at me and say, ‘You think and act like a social worker.’ And I just say, “Good!” more...
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