Preventable Diseases

The Preventable Diseases Division of the Health Department provides essential clinical services, information, and counseling for Norwalk community members. This Division meets a wide range of community needs, including immunizations, disease investigations, sexually transmitted disease testing and counseling, and supplemental nutrition programs.


Child Health Services 
The Preventable Diseases Division of the Health Department offers many child health services to Norwalk children and their families, including immunizations, and lead investigations. Learn more…


Childhood Immunization Services

Norwalk Health Department offers vaccines for children, including free vaccines for eligible patients and information about recommended vaccine schedules. Learn more…


Immunization Action Program (IAP)

The Norwalk Health Department's Immunization Action Program (IAP) performs a variety of surveillance activities at medical clinics and physician offices to ensure that all area children receive age-appropriate immunizations by their second birthday. Learn more...


Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic 
The Health Department conducts a sexually transmitted disease clinic, where community members can receive confidential examination, diagnosis, and treatment for most sexually transmitted diseases, education, and free vaccines for eligible clients. Learn more…


Travel and Adult Immunization Services

The Norwalk Health Department offers a variety of immunization services, including routine vaccines and special vaccines travelers may need. Learn more…


Tuberculosis & Communicable Disease Control Program

The Tuberculosis (TB) and Communicable Disease Control Program prevents infectious diseases from occurring and spreading by consulting with medical providers, educating the public, and performing disease surveillance, epidemiological investigations, and contact tracing. Learn more…


 Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program

WIC is a federally funded supplemental nutrition program available to low-income pregnant and postpartum women, and infants and children to age 5 years. WIC provides nutrition education and counseling, breast feeding promotion and support, nutritious foods and help in accessing community resources to clients enrolled in the program. Learn more…