Does the Health Department have a WIC (Women/Infant/Child Nutrition) Program?

Yes, WIC services are available at the Health Department through a partnership with the West Allis Health Department. WIC program staff are at the Greenfield Health Department on Mondays and Tuesdays from 8:00am-4:30pm. Call the WIC Program at 414-769-2229 for more information.

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1. Does the Health Department have a physician I can see?
2. Does the Health Department have a free medical clinic?
3. Does the Health Department have a needle/sharps disposal program?
4. Does the Health Department collect unused medication?
5. Can I have my blood pressure checked at the Health Department?
6. Does the Health Department offer pregnancy testing?
7. Who do I call to obtain a copy of a birth or death certificate?
8. Does the Health Department have a laboratory to test blood or environmental samples?
9. Does the Health Department have a WIC (Women/Infant/Child Nutrition) Program?
10. Does the Health Department offer TB (tuberculosis) skin tests?
11. Does the Health Department have information on stopping smoking?
12. Does the Health Department take care of problems with wildlife, such as squirrels, raccoons, or bats?
13. How many dogs and/or cats can I own if I live in Greenfield?
14. What if my dog or cat bites someone?
15. Does the Health Department address problems with mold?
16. Does the Health Department offer immunizations?