How to Order Forms and Publications

Division of Public Health 
Bureau of Community Health Promotion 

To order forms, brochures, and other informational materials, select items from the publications directory. (PDF, 192 KB)

You have the choice of placing your order in electronic or handwritten format. Allow at least 7-10 working days for the DHS Forms Center and the DHS Mailroom to ship your materials.

Form and Publication Numbers 

The numbering system for all our forms and publications was revised several years ago. The Department made this change to make it easier for consumers to find our printed materials. 

  • All forms and publications now have a five digit number. 
  • Our forms now use the prefix "F" instead of "DPH". 
    For example, DPH 4161 is now F-44161.
  • Our publications now use the prefix "P" instead of "PPH". 
    For example, PPH 4078 is now P-44078.

Please order using the current number to insure you receive the items you want. You can find the up-to-date numbers in our publications directory. (PDF, 192 KB)

Handwritten Orders

To submit a handwritten order via US mail, use form F-80025 (formerly numbered as DMT 25). To obtain a supply of this form, call (608) 267-9054 or request it by e-mail. Please do not submit this form via fax.

Who Can Order?

  • Women, Infants and Children Nutrition Program (WIC);
  • Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (FMNP); 
  • Family Health programs; and 
  • Maternal and Child Health programs.

To obtain publications from other programs, consult the Department's web page on ordering. 

Ordering by E-mail 

To order by e-mail, download the order form. (Word, 160 KB)  

When you open the form, you may see a dialog box. If so, choose "Enable Macros" and then choose "Yes" when asked if the document is from a trusted source. 

Save the form on your computer for future use. Type your order on the form, then e-mail it as an attachment to: DHSfmDPHwic@wisconsin.gov
Please do not submit this form via fax.

Ordering by e-mail is the fastest and most efficient way to obtain publications. In addition, you will receive an e-mail confirming your order.

Questions? If you have questions about ordering, contact the Publications Coordinator for the Bureau of Community Health Promotion.

 

 

Last Revised: February 23, 2015