The Wisconsin AIDS/HIV Insurance Assistance Program helps persons with HIV maintain access to health insurance.
BadgerCare Plus is a health care coverage program for low-income Wisconsin residents.
The guide helps Wisconsin residents make better health care choices by providing easy access to useful health care information.
Under Subchapter III of Wis. Stat. Chapter 154 , an attending physician may issue a do-not-resuscitate order for a "qualified patient," as defined in Wis. Stat. s. 154.17 (4) . A "qualified patient" means a person who is at least 18 years old and who either has a terminal condition or has a medical
Find information about end of life planning, including advance directives, living wills, health care power of attorney, do-not-resuscitate orders, and organ donation.
Family Care is a Medicaid managed long-term care program for frail elders and adults with disabilities. The program provides a wide range of health and long-term care services.
Family Care Partnership is a Medicare and Medicaid program for frail elders, adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities, and adults with physical disabilities. The program covers all of the long-term care services in Family Care, plus primary and acute care, and prescription drugs.
The Family Planning Only Services Program provides men and women with certain family planning-related services and supplies to prevent unplanned pregnancies.
File a complaint regarding care or services provided by an entity the Department regulates or report public assistance fraud.
Learn more about finding and choosing doctors, dentists, hospitals, and other types of health and residential care providers.
Many clinics in Wisconsin are available for people with little or no insurance. Open the PDFs to print or view a list of clinics in alphabetical order, by clinic name. Or click on a red dot on the maps below to get clinic addresses, hours, and phone numbers. You can zoom in on the maps by double
HIPAA protects the privacy of an individual’s health information under state and federal law. DHS assists governmental entities with HIPAA compliance.
Find information about vaccine recommendations, vaccine preventable diseases, immunization coverage rates, and the Wisconsin Immunization Registry.
The IRIS program is a Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services waiver for self-directed long-term supports. The program is an option for adults with long-term care needs.
The Wisconsin Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Program is a joint effort between the federal Medicaid Program, long-term care insurers, and the state of Wisconsin.
Wisconsin's ForwardHealth Medicaid plans for the elderly, blind or disabled provide health care for those who are: Age 65 or older, blind or disabled, With family income at or below the monthly program limit, and Who are United States citizens or legal immigrants.
The Medicaid Purchase Plan offers people with disabilities who are working or interested in working the opportunity to buy health care coverage through the Wisconsin Medicaid Program. Depending on an individual's income, a premium payment may be required for this health care coverage.
Information on mental health care options in Wisconsin.
Non-emergency medical transportation is a public transportation and shared ride service. Rides can include public transportation (such as a city bus), rides in specialized medical vehicles, or rides in other types of vehicles depending on your medical and transportation needs.
Wisconsin Donor Registry Having your name included in the Registry means that you have legally authorized the gift of your organs, tissues, and eyes upon your death. This decision can save and improve lives through transplantation, therapy, research, and education. Sign up today! The need for organ
Prescription drugs are a major expense for many health care consumers. Here are some places to turn for help and information.
Learn about the programs that assist families in caring for their child with delays or disabilities at home and in the community.
Information on substance use treatment options in Wisconsin.
Information on this page has been organized into two categories. Please choose one of the following tabs. General Information The VFC Program: Provides public purchased vaccine, for eligible children, at no charge to VFC enrolled public and private providers. Automatically covers vaccines
The Wisconsin Chronic Disease Program (WCDP) offers assistance to Wisconsin residents with chronic renal disease, hemophilia, and adult cystic fibrosis.
The Wisconsin Well Woman Program (WWWP) provides preventive health screening services to women with little or no health insurance coverage. Well Woman pays for mammograms, Pap tests, certain other health screenings, and multiple sclerosis testing for women with high risk signs of multiple sclerosis.
Last Revised: December 19, 2014