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Novel COVID-19 Updates

Guidance

Public Health

Resilience Resources

Five Things You Should Know About Stress

Resilient Wisconsin

NIH: Shareable Resources on Coping with COVID-19

Toolkits for Preparedness

COVID-19 Outpatient Dialysis

Preventing and Managing COVID-19 Outbreaks in ALF and SNF

Vaccines

Walgreens Pharmacy Locations

CDC Toolkits for Vaccine

Wisconsin Vaccine Data

COVID-19 Vaccine Partner Resources

Am I Eligible for COVID Vaccine?

Vaccine Hotline: 1-844-684-1064

FAQs

CDC FAQs

Cloth Face Coverings

WI DHS Vaccine FAQs

Healthcare Volunteers

WEAVR

HELPFUL DOCUMENTS

After Action Report (AAR) July, 2020-February, 2021

Project Manager Position Opening

Map of WI HERCs

emPower Map and Social Vulnerability Index

2021 Regional Hazard Vulnerability Assessment (HVA)

2020-2021 Scholarship Application

After Action Report (AAR) March-June, 2020

Helpful Websites

Wisconsin Department of Health

Wisconsin Emergency Management Training Portal

Wisconsin TRAIN

Wisconsin Emergency Assistance Volunteer Registry (WEAVR)

(PCA) Portal: WI Department of Health Services

EMResource (WiTRAC)

TRACIE (Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Information Gateway)

Western Wisconsin Public Health Readiness Consortium (WWPHRC)

Project Proposals + Grant Funding

Per the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR), we are focusing on the following four capabilities this year. All projects, exercises, and educational opportunities must relate to at least one of these capabilities.

  • Foundation for Healthcare and Medical Readiness
  • Healthcare and Medical Response Coordination
  • Continuity of Healthcare Service Delivery
  • Medical Surge

Projects completed or in progress this fiscal year include:

  • Scholarships for NWWIHERC members to attend regional conferences and training
  • 15 Pediatric Mass Casualty Kits to be distributed to EMS, Air Medical, and hospitals throughout the region
  • Multi Victim Trauma Bags-Available to borrow for your local music festival, community celebration or other large gatherings
  • WISCOM radio training and technical assistance for hospitals
  • A cache of tourniquets for every hospital and Community Health Clinic in the region
  • Support and Training for healthcare partners new to the CMS Emergency Preparedness Standard
  • Regional training on topics such as:
    Crisis Emergency Risk Communication
    Volunteer Receptions Centers
    ICS 101 for CMS Partners
    Family Assistance Center Training
    Public Information Officer Training
    Functional Assessment Support Team Training