Being ready to respond to an emergency before the emergency occurs can help you, your loved ones, and our community make it through the event and recover faster after the emergency is over. Public Health is focused on preparing for and responding to events that pose a substantial risk to the health of our County through the provision of information, resources, and expertise.
Public Health routinely monitors for increases in different illnesses throughout our community. Check out the Publications page for information on communicable disease status in Walworth County.
Medical Reserves Corps (MRC)
Help your community respond to an emergency and recover faster by joining the Walworth County Medical Reserves Corps. No medical experience required! Receive training to respond to an emergency, improve community resilience through volunteering, participate in emergency response exercises. To join the Walworth County Medical Reserve Corps register at Wisconsin Emergency Assistance Volunteer Registry.
View the next MRC meeting information.
Do 1 Thing Campaign
Every month you can Do 1 Thing to help your family and your community be ready to respond and recover from an emergency. Find out what the topic is this month at the Do 1 Thing website.
Help states 211.org is dedicated to helping people connect to the help they need. Dial 211 or visit 211.org to get connected.