A Nationally Accredited Health Department Since 2017

Winnebago County Health Department offers trainings and presentations on a variety of topics including: naloxone, sexual transmitted diseases, and substance abuse prevention.

Register or Take A Training/Presentation:

Naloxone Training

Naloxone is a non-addictive drug that can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose and save a life. Every home should have naloxone. This training prepares community members to use naloxone if needed and includes Free Naloxone kits.
  • Virtual Training Sessions –  Click here to register
    • Held Wednesdays* from 6:30-7:30pm
    • *The first Wednesday of each month, training will be held in Spanish.

Trauma 101 Training

Trauma is an event or experience, such as family violence or homelessness that has a negative effect on an individual. This training introduces participants to what trauma is and how trauma impacts our community. To attend a free training, email tic@publichealth.wincoil.gov for upcoming dates and times.

Food Establishment Training

Trainings are available for food and beverage establishment owners and operators to help identify steps to prevent foodborne illness and ensure compliance with the food code. Food Establishment Trainings will be posted here when available.

MRC Training for Volunteers

Trainings are available for MRC Volunteers on the MRC portal. Click here for MRC Volunteer trainings.

Don’t See What You Need, Request a Training or Presentation

The Winnebago County Health Department provides guidance and information on public health concerns to the community. To request a presentation, email contactus@publichealth.wincoil.gov with the following information:

  • Your Name
  • Contact Information
  • Your Organization or Affiliation
  • Date and Time or Requested Presentation
  • Topic of Requested Presentation