Keeping your communities safe
For the latest Dane County orders, data, testing information, resources, guidance, etc., please visit the Public Health Madison & Dane County Coronavirus page.
For the latest Milwaukee County orders, data, testing information, news, resources, FAQs, etc., please visit the Milwaukee County COVID-19 page.
For all other WI counties, please visit the respective county health department website for appropriate guidelines, data, and resources.
Finance and Food Security
The coronavirus is impacting households, communities, and businesses. For COVID-19-related financial questions you and your family have, visit the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension page on Financial Resources to Help Get Through COVID-19.
You can find a comprehensive list of resources for WI residents at the 211 Wisconsin website here.
Our community partner, Southwestern Wisconsin Community Action Program, is continuing to collect food and organized food drops-offs to ensure no families go hungry while preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Other food resources:
News and events related to COVID-19
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) announced the Moving Forward Together Grant Program, a new funding opportunity to support continued efforts to promote health equity in COVID-19 vaccination in Wisconsin. Eligible organizations can apply …May 26, 2022
Communities Confronting COVID-19 project to present at Wisconsin Public Health Association Conference
The Communities Confronting COVID-19 (C3) project is a collaboration between the University of Wisconsin Prevention Research Center and Southwestern Wisconsin Community Action Program, prompting vaccine confidence in rural communities. C3 will present some of their …May 20, 2022
When the pandemic hit, many people who study child maltreatment, abuse, and neglect were worried that some children might be at greater risk due to more time at home and other factors that the pandemic …April 5, 2022
Kids are feeling extra stressed during the pandemic. A new video program teaches them how to manage their emotions.
This story was taken from the Today Show website. By Kenzi Abou-Sabe and Cynthia McFadden A few months into the pandemic, 11-year-old Jaidyn Oloo was struggling. Attending school online and feeling isolated from his friends, he became increasingly …February 8, 2022
UWPRC partner, the African American Breastfeeding Network (AABN), is proud to share that their program participant, Kelly Mitchell, was recently featured on CBS58 News and shared why she decided to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. AABN …February 3, 2022
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