Community Help Guide for Teens is a self-referral guide for youth.
The development of this plan is an assessment process that brings together a representation of Langlade County residents every five years. This plan should be used as a guide by community agencies interested in improving the health and safety of Langlade County members. It is anticipated that this document will be used as a reference and foundation for many efforts within the county.
Creating healthy communities requires a high level of mutual understanding and collaboration with community individuals and partner groups. This health plan is being presented to Langlade County members so that we can work together as partners to make our community a healthier, safer place to live. It is with the help of you and others who will read and discuss this plan and assist with the strategies that we will assure a healthy community. We invite you to become involved with this project by contacting us at the Langlade County Health Department at (715) 627-6250.
Follow the link to view a copy of the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)
Public Health staff work with school districts to keep our children healthy through vision screenings and immunizations for certain grades.
TB Skin Tests are provided to individuals on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday for a minimal charge. Please call before you come in to make sure a Public Health Nurse is available to place the test. You are required to return to the Langlade County Health Department within 48-72 hours to have the test read.
Worksite Health refers to an organized program or activities that a worksite may offer to promote healthy lifestyles (e.g. healthy eating, being physically active, managing stress, quitting tobacco) to employees and their families.