Prepare, Plan, Stay Informed
Wisconsin's Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program focuses on preparing for, and responding to, events that pose a substantial risk to the health of the state's residents.
Our purpose is to provide information, resources, and expertise to our partners to ready Wisconsin for health threats, emergencies, and disasters.
Every year, areas of Wisconsin are routinely flooded. If you live or work in an area likely to flood, take some simple steps to protect yourself and your property.
If your area has been flooded in recent events, find information on flood clean up and recovery.
For more information on recent flooding in northwest and western Wisconsin, visit Wisconsin Emergency Management.
Information on hospital preparedness and regional healthcare coalitions, which support communities before, during and after disasters.
Different types of emergencies require different responses. For more information on how to prepare for a variety of emergencies, visit preparedness resources.
Training for health professionals on emergency preparedness and response around the state.
Wisconsin's statewide trauma care system collects and analyzes trauma related injury data to provide optimal care of trauma patients and their families.
Volunteers are an essential part of emergency response, and can be deployed in the event of an emergency.
The Partner Communication & Alerting Portal (PCA) allows local health and tribal agencies to share documents and collaborate with state agencies.
WI Trac is a tool that hospitals use to alert and communicate with each other and with their emergency response partners.