Multi-Community TESTING opportunities through December 2020 (CLICK HERE).
If you are experiencing symptoms or have been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
- Fort HealthCare COVID-19 HOTLINE: (920) 648-7696
Download this handout to help determine if you might be experiencing the flu, common cold or COVID-19.
Online Symptom Checker (WI Dept. of Health Services)
Coping & Stress Management Resources
For a variety of resources related to COVID-19 in multiple languages, please visit WI DHS Covid-19 Resources.
Holiday Guidance & Safe Celebrations
“How to See Family & Friends More Safely Over the Holidays” by Public Health Madison & Dane County (Español).
Helping Kids & Teens Through the Pandemic
TEEN LINE (Support for teens experiencing a mental health challenge. Text TEEN to 839863).
Your Life, Your Voice (Connect with a counselor 800-448-3000 or Text VOICE to 20121).
Virtual Young Adult Grief Support Group – Agrace
HOPE in our Communities
Now more than ever, we need YOU to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, keep our kids in school, and keep our businesses open. Many communities throughout Jefferson County are coming together to support each other in many different ways. One group in Lake Mills, Keep COVID Out Community Coalition, is bringing dozens of organizations, community leaders and community members together to commit to the three Ws: Watch your Distance, Wash your Hands, and Wear a Face Covering. Their messages, fact-based information and community engagement of all ages through social media has gained momentum. Other area communities have been sharing their messages, too. Follow KEEP COVID OUT (Facebook Page).
“Stop the Covid Spread!” is a coalition of Wisconsin’s leading health care, business, and advocacy organizations along with prominent individuals who have joined together to urge the public to take preventative measures seriously so that we can all continue to safely participate in Wisconsin’s economy. To access and share recent Public Education Announcements, visit the Wisconsin Hospital Association.
Keeping Up to Date on COVID-19