Our next consortium Board of Directors meeting is scheduled for August 2, 2019.
The Western Wisconsin Public Health Readiness Consortium (WWPHRC) is a regional consortium consisting of ten local Public Health agencies and one Tribal Health agency. Established in 2003 with funding from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, our purpose is to help our members develop local capacity to effectively respond to all types of health emergencies including bioterrorism, infectious disease outbreaks, and natural disasters. We do this through networking, coordinating, standardizing and centralizing our resources and planning efforts among our members.
Our membership for the 2019-20 (BP1) grant year are:
Barron County Health and Human Services
Bad River Tribal Health Clinic
Burnett County Health and Human Services
Chippewa County Department of Health
Douglas County Department of Health and Human Services
Dunn County Health Department
Eau Claire City/County Health Department
Pepin County Health Department
Pierce County Health Department
Polk County Health Department
Rusk County Department of Health and Human Services
St. Croix County Department of Health and Human Services
St. Croix Tribal Health Department
Washburn County Department of Health and Human Services
This website supports our mission to protect the health and safety of the citizens living in the jurisdictions of the member agencies by supporting and promoting the professional development of individual and organizational members in terms of Public Health preparedness.
Director - Brittany Fry
Cell - 715-554-0125
Office - 715-485-8801