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5th Annual Health Fair to be Held October 4

The 5th annual Oak Creek health fair is scheduled to be held October 4, 2018 from 1:00pm - 4:00pm at the Oak Creek Community Center. For more information, call 414-766-7950.

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Health Department offering New Crib Program

If you do not have a safe place for your infant to sleep, the Health Department may be able to help. We are a proud partner with Cribs for Kids and may be able to provide you with a FREE Pack ‘n Play.

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National Night Out Scheduled for August 7th

Join your neighbors and the Oak Creek Police Department in celebrating National Night Out on Tuesday, August 7, 2018 at the American Legion Post 434, 9327 S. Shepard Avenue in Oak Creek.

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Thank You to the Pompeii Women’s Club for Their Generous Donation to the Safe Sleep Program!

Thank you Pompeii Women’s Club!  Another generous donor supporting our safe sleep program.  Your generous donation allows us to purchase Pack ‘N Plays for eligible families so every newborn has a safe place to sleep.  We appreciate your support!

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Welcome Baby: A Nurturing Parenting Program

Welcome Baby! is a free 12-week education and support group for parents (moms, dads, and caregivers) of newborns, small children and expectant parents that includes a blend of discussion, information, and play.

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4th Annual Oak Creek Health Fair offers many FREE Health Services

Join us on October 5th from 12:00pm to 4:00pm at the Oak Creek Community Center, 8580 S. Howell Avenue for the 4th Annual Oak Creek Health Fair. This year’s fair will have over 20 local businesses and tons of free health services.

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Thank You to the Kiwanis Club for Their Generous Donation to Help Support the Safe Sleep Program!

Thank you to the Kiwanis Club for your generous donation to help support our safe sleep program!  Your financial support helps to ensure that ALL eligible infants have a safe place to sleep.  We appreciate your generosity in supporting our community in these efforts!

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Health Department to offer “Stepping On” Class

The Oak Creek Health Department hosts the Fall Prevention Program “Stepping On”. “Stepping On” is a research-based program to reduce falls and increase fall awareness. This is a 2 hour, 7 week session which offers older adults a way of reducing falls.

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Car Seat and Booster Safety Check

If you have not had your car seat checked by a certified Child Passenger Safety Technician now is your chance! We are hosting a community-wide check-up event on Wednesday August 16, 2017 at Fire Station 3.

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Oak Creek Health Department is now Partnering with The Baby Box Co. to offer a FREE Baby Box

The Oak Creek Health Department is now partnering with The Baby Box Co. to offer a FREE baby box to anyone who needs a safe place for their infant to sleep, regardless of income.

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Health Department to Offer Free Vegetable Landscaping Class on Saturday, April 29

Master Gardener, Terese Zinn, will show you how to incorporate vegetables into your everyday landscaping. After the presentation, you will be able to plant vegetable seeds that you can later transplant into your own flowerbed/landscape.

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Wisconsin Department of Health Services: Wisconsin Hit Hard by Flu Bug

The flu bug is hitting Wisconsinites hard, spiking to nearly 1000 confirmed cases, and hundreds of hospitalizations.

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