Children who meet the eligibility criteria listed below are able to receive
their flu shot at the Greendale Health Department.
- Those without health insurance
- Those on BadgerCare or other state health insurance
- Those who have health insurance that does not cover the cost of vaccines.
- Native American or Alaskan Native
Vaccine appointments can be made by calling 414-423-2110.
We do not have the high dose vaccine that is recommended for ages 65 and older. Please contact your provider or your local pharmacy is you are 65 or older.
All appointments for 12/9/22 are filled.
Please contact the Health Department at the number listed below
to be placed on a waiting list.
Get screened for early signs of memory loss
When: Friday December 9th 2022
Location: Greendale Health Department
Address: 5650 Parking St. Greendale, WI 53129
Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm
To Book an Appointment: Call (414) 423-2110
Are you concerned about your memory?
As we get older, it is important to recognize any changes we may experience, especially in relation to our memory. A memory screen is defined as a wellness tool that helps identify possible changes in memory and cognition. This is not a diagnostic tool, but a screen that can provide early detection for dementia.
How does a memory screen work?
The memory screen is very simple. You will be asked to answer some questions and complete a task. The memory screen is free and will take about 15 minutes.
The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is now available.
The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline provides care and support to people experiencing stressful situations—whether that is thoughts of suicide, a mental health concern, or a substance use issue. It is a free and confidential service that is available 24/7.
People of all ages who need help for themselves or a loved one can access the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline by:
- Calling 988 (multiple languages).
- Sending a text message to 988 (English only).
- Using the chat feature at 988lifeline.org (English only).
Wisconsinites who use the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline will connect with an in-state service known as the Wisconsin Lifeline. The person contacting the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is connected with a trained counselor who takes note of the person's needs, understands how the person's problem is affecting them, provides support, and, if needed, gets the person additional help.