The Public Health Services Division of the Wabash County Health Department provides a wide range of services and programs designed to keep us healthy.
Also known as vaccines, are our greatest defense against preventable diseases.
Follow the link below to find when you and your family are due for your immunizations!
Tuberculosis is a disease that is spread from one person to another through the air.
Some people are more likely to get TB than others. Follow the link to learn how we test
and if you are more susceptible to this disease than others.
Family Case Management
FCM is a case management program whose goal is to promote wellness and healthy lifestyles in elegible women, infants and children. Follow the link to learn more about what this program can help you with.
Foreign Travel Consultation for Immunizations
If you are planning on traveling abroad, please check here for a list of Adult and Child Immunizations and schedules.
Lead Screening is highly recommended for all children. Preventing lead exposure in children is important for a healthy life. Follow the link below to learn how we test and facts on preventing lead exposure.
WCHD Public Health Division
can screen for Gonnorrhea/Chlamydia, HIV/Syphilis. These services
can be done upon request.
Testing maybe require a fee
for services. Public Health also
offers free STD Clinics that
treatment is free. Inquire below.
Blood Draw for Lab Testing
Blood Draws can be done at WCHD for self-pay clients or insured clients with LabCard laboratory services.
Oral Drug Testing
Public Health can offer you Oral Drug testing services for pre-employment screenings, school enrollment and at personal request.
Women, Infant and Children- A supplemental Nutrition Program
WIC Has Openings! Follow the link to learn more about the eligibility guidelines and what WIC can provide.
We provide court ordered or private paternity testing. Appointments can be made through the DNA ordering Agency- DNA Diagnostics DDC
Foot Care Clinic
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY: Foot Care Clinic is open to the public on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday's of every month. Click the link below to find out more information about fees and scheduling.
Illinois Tobacco Quitline
Along with counseling, the Illinois Tobacco Quitline offers up to six weeks of free nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) to enrolled clients who are over 18 years of age, medically eligible (i.e., not pregnant, no heart conditions), and uninsured or have limited coverage.
Breastfeeding Peer Counseling
Breastfeeding Peer Counselors help new mothers who are beginning to breastfeed learn what to expect in the first days and weeks.
The Public Health Division of WCHD provides inspections to all establishments that serve food to community members- Examples include: Restaurant Inspections, Schools and Nursing homes and retail food stores such as CVS, Dollar Stores, Gas Stations.