Migrant Health Services
Offering Wisconsin Migrant Healthcare Services
We’re on the road year-round bringing healthcare to every Wisconsin Migrant and Seasonal Agriculture Worker (MSAW). Our communities rely on our farming and ranching and the Migrant Workers who travel to help every year. Our Migrant Health Services team supports these families by traveling to worksites and providing healthcare to reduce health disparities and access challenges.
Healthcare on the Road to Rural Workers
Did you know that Family Health La Clinica offers services to every Migrant and Seasonal agricultural worker in the state? Our mobile health unit and dedicated healthcare professionals drive all across our state to bring healthcare services to people. What’s even better? You can schedule group services at your site and our professionals provide care in Spanish.
Visit the Wisconsin Farmworkers Coalition MSAW Resource Center to find and download helpful resources in both English and Spanish.
Healthcare Services Delivered
You and your migrant and seasonal farmworkers work long, hard days—and you deserve quality healthcare. We know that language barriers, transportation issues and other hurdles traditionally make healthcare access hard—that’s why we deliver it to you.
When you schedule a Group Services Site Visit, we deliver our healthcare services to you:
- Annual Health Check-Ups
- COVID-19 Site Prep and Vaccinations
- Coughs, Allergies, Bites, Rashes and more
- Chronic Conditions (Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, etc)
Call 920-787-9434 to schedule your group site visit.
Frequently Asked Questions About Wisconsin Migrant Healthcare Services
Curious about Migrant Health Services? We’ve got answers.
How much does it cost to schedule a group service site visit at my farm?
- Nothing. It’s fee-free, so go ahead and bring health right to your workers and their families.
Can I choose which day the migrant health services team arrives?
- We do our best to accommodate preferences, but we take geography into consideration too.
Are services just for the migrant and seasonal agricultural workers?
- No. We actually encourage the whole family to make use of our migrant health services.