PrEP Clinic

PrEP Clinic

The PrEP Clinic offers Pre-Exposure Prophylasix treatment to HIV-negative patients.  Call 815-727-8830
Teen Pregnancy Prevention

Teen Pregnancy Prevention

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



High Risk Family Case Management

High Risk Family Case Management

Focuses on DCFS Wards Under Six, Pregnant DCFS Wards, and High Risk Infants Under Age of Two

This program provides guidance and support to foster parents to ensure children have appropriate medical care; including well child visits, specialty medical visits, dental check-ups, vision and hearing screens, and immunizations.
Better Birth Outcomes (BBO)

Better Birth Outcomes (BBO)

Promotes Health Pregnancies and Healthy Babies

Designed to help pregnant women with a variety of different factors that place their pregnancy at risk for complications.
All Kids Family Care

All Kids Family Care

All Kids is a free or low cost health care program for children under 19 years of age, pregnant women and their babies. If a child already has insurance, All Kids may help pay for the child's insurance premium. For more information, visit our All Kids section. 
AOK Network (All Our Kids)

AOK Network (All Our Kids)

The AOK Network is 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 aged 0-5 and their families. 


APORS (Adverse Pregnancy Outcome Reporting)

APORS (Adverse Pregnancy Outcome Reporting)

This is a high-risk follow-up program for the high-risk mother and high-risk infant. The purpose of the maternal follow-up is to do home visits to high-risk pregnant 
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

The Will County Health Department has a comprehensive community intervention program available to prevent childhood lead poisoning. 

Epidemiology and Communicable Disease

Epidemiology and Communicable Disease

Epidemiology can be considered the fundamental building block of public health since it is the study of the patterns, causes and effects of disease conditions in specific populations. This is accomplished through the operation of public health surveillance, field investigations, health assessments and epidemiological studies. 
Family Case Management

Family Case Management

Family Case Management (FCM) is a comprehensive program that assures easier access to medical care and provides support for pregnant women, mothers and infants.
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Family Health Services News
Health Department Employees Have Room to Grow

Health Department Employees Have Room to Grow

New Organic to Grow Vegetables, Promote Wellness

Will County Health Department employees with a green thumb can soon till the soil at work.  At least 35 employees have signed up for an innovative program spearheaded by the agency’s employee wellness committee and the University of Illinois Extension.

Add Vaccines to Your Back-To-School Checklist

August is National Immunizations Awareness Month

The Will County Health Department is reminding parents to include immunizations on their child's back-to-school checklist.  Immunizations are equally important for college students.
Third and Fourth Rabid Bats Found In Will County; No Human Treatment Needed

Third and Fourth Rabid Bats Found In Will County; No Human Treatment Needed

Indoor/Outdoor Cat Given Rabies Booster

One more in Joliet, one in Homer Glen.
Second Will County Rabid Bat of Season Found in South Naperville

Second Will County Rabid Bat of Season Found in South Naperville

Trapped After it Flew into a Washing Machine

Bats discovered in Will County need to be reported immediately to Will County Animal Control at 815-462-5633
First Rabid Bat of Season Caught in Joliet

First Rabid Bat of Season Caught in Joliet

Three Family Members Exposed to Bat Given Information, Options

Bats need to be immediately reported to Animal Control.
June 1st: Immunizations BY APPOINTMENT at Will Co Health Dept

June 1st: Immunizations BY APPOINTMENT at Will Co Health Dept

Make Appointment by Calling 815-740-8143 or 877-942-5807

Applies to Joliet, Monee, and Bolingbrook Immunizations Clinics.
IDHS Receives Billboard Donations to Promote Illinois Helpline for Opioids, other Substances, Across the State

IDHS Receives Billboard Donations to Promote Illinois Helpline for Opioids, other Substances, Across the State

Outdoor Advertising Association of Illinois Donated about 100 Billboards to IDHS to Promote New Illinois Helpline

More than 2,200 people have already reached out to the Helpline.
GOAL: Getting to Zero; CHC PrEP Clinic Helps the Efforts

GOAL: Getting to Zero; CHC PrEP Clinic Helps the Efforts

Part of "Getting to Zero" Project Concerning New HIV Cases

A new team effort between two Will County Health Department divisions.
Study: E-Cigarette Users Less Likely to Quit Tobacco

Study: E-Cigarette Users Less Likely to Quit Tobacco

Those Who Vape Shown to be Only Half as Likely to Give Up Tobacco.

A study says daily e-cigarette use was associated with 48 percent lower odds of having quit regular cigarettes.
Bolingbrook Becomes First Will County "Tobacco 21" City

Bolingbrook Becomes First Will County "Tobacco 21" City

Joining over a Dozen Suburban Municipalities

Includes e-cigarettes and vaping devices as well.
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