Administrative rules are policies that Wisconsin state agencies issue on a variety of subjects and have the full force of the law.
Learn about doing business with the Department through contract or grant opportunities.
The Department works to ensure its contractors, grantees, sub-grantees and other providers prohibit discrimination in employment and service delivery.
Anyone who is receiving services for mental illness, a developmental disability, or substance abuse in the state of Wisconsin has specific rights.
To support economic prosperity and quality of life, the Department helps to protect and promote the health and safety of the people of Wisconsin.
The Department has 10 divisions and offices that work to protect and promote the health and safety of the people of Wisconsin.
Learn more about Department of Health Services job opportunities and the benefits available to State of Wisconsin employees.
File a complaint regarding care or services provided by an entity the Department regulates or report public assistance fraud.
View information and document libraries to locate forms and documents, publications, and webcasts related to the Department's programs and services.
The Department issues press releases to provide updates to the public about key programs, priorities, and public health conditions.
Learn how to request Department of Health Services public records, as authorized under Wisconsin public records law, Wis. Stat. §§ 19.31-19.39.
The Department of Health Services has more than 6,100 employees operating in 15 offices, institutes and facilities across the state of Wisconsin.
Learn more about the Department’s priority initiatives that support, protect and promote the health and safety of the people of Wisconsin.
The Department operates programs, provides care and services, and conducts business using a variety of different service area models and regions.
There are more than 15 Department-related boards, committees and councils that provide recommendations to the Governor or the Secretary.
Learn more about the understanding the information contained on the Department's website, including acronyms, as well as how to request information.
Files, preserves, protects, changes and issues copies of birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates for events that occur in Wisconsin.
Last Revised: November 23, 2014