Nothing is more important than your child’s safety and health. That’s why we offer a wide range of information and services to help you prevent childhood injuries and illnesses.
While some of our programs offer support statewide, other services are available in specific geographic areas. Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin works with community groups, schools, government agencies, health care providers and corporate partners to provide programs and services that build parenting skills, prevent injuries and help families maintain healthy lifestyles.
Kohl’s Cares – Grow Safe and Healthy app and more
The more you know, the healthier kids grow. Through the generous support of Kohl’s Cares, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin offers innovative online and community-based Grow Safe and Healthy programs. Check out our games and events that teach kids about safety and our online safety tips for parents.
Safe Kids – helping avoid common injuries
Injuries are the number one killer of children in the U.S. We are proud to help lead Safe Kids programming in our state. This coalition of hospitals, public health agencies and other groups provides education and awareness for parents, health care providers and public policy makers about reducing preventable injuries. Learn about Safe Kids resources available in your area.
Wisconsin Poison Center – 24/7 assistance
Wisconsin Poison Center, a program of Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, offers poison information for parents and health care providers throughout Wisconsin. Call 1-800-222-1222 for immediate advice if a child or adult has had direct contact with a known or potential poison.
Project ADAM – AED programs save lives
Adam Lemel died at age 17 playing basketball due to sudden cardiac arrest. In his memory, Project ADAM (Automated Defibrillators in Adam’s Memory) provides education about sudden cardiac incidents and helps schools nationwide implement automated external defibrillator programs. Learn more about Project ADAM.