Children must remain in a federally approved, properly secured restraint until they reach 8 years old, unless the child is 4’9” or taller. For further details on the Minnesota Child Passenger Restraint Law, visit the Office of Traffic Safety.
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The Wellness on Wheels (WOW) Program schedule can be found on the monthly calendar. View Calendar or Full Schedule & Explanation of Services.
Visit Child Passenger Safety. For questions or to schedule an appointment, call 763-335-0280.
Wright County Public Health has a confidential family planning program. Free pregnancy tests; education and condoms; clinic visits; and birth control may be provided at low or no cost. Call 763-335-0280 or visit our webpage for more information.
The Sage program by the Minnesota Department of Health provides free breast and cervical cancer screening plus follow-up services to eligible women. Women should be age 40 or older; uninsured or underinsured; income within our guidelines. Exceptions may be made for younger women with a family history of breast cancer.
Call 888-6-HEALTH (888-643-2584) to make an appointment with a participating local clinic or visit the Sage website for more information.
Immunization information is available on the Minnesota Department of Health website.
Immunization information regarding shots is available on the Minnesota Department of Health website.
Information regarding international health is available on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.
Information is available on the following websites:
Call Wright County Public Health at 763-335-0280.
Call your medical clinic where the shots were given, or call Wright County Public Health (WCPH) at 763-335-0280. WCPH has access to the Minnesota Immunization Information Connection (MIIC), the statewide registry.
Expired or damaged car seats can be recycled at the Wright County Compost and Recycling Facility. Contact information and a complete list of all accepted items can be found on the