COVID-19 Community Information/Resources
The health and safety of the residents and visitors of Langlade County are the highest priority. Langlade County continues to monitor the ever-evolving situation surrounding COVID-19 (also known as the novel coronavirus). Travelers are encouraged to always exercise healthy travel habits and to follow guidelines issued by official sources of public health information. To ensure that all visitors and residents remain safe we have compiled resources to keep everyone informed.
Langlade County Health Department is asking eligible individuals who are interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccination and who have not already contacted a vaccine provider to click here to find a place to get vaccinated.
Anyone wishing to receive a COVID-19 vaccination from Aspirus, visit their website for more information. Please note that everyone who wishes to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at Aspirus must complete a request via MyAspirus or our online form.
For updated information on the COVID-19 vaccine, visit: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/vaccine-get.htm
Langlade County Emergency Management Notifications
If you would like to potentially receive “as necessary” updates regarding COVID-19 in Langlade County, you can now text “ALCCOVID19” to 888-777 and subscribe to text alerts.
However, if you’d like to receive alerts longer than a text message, we recommend subscribing to Health Information & Health News through Everbridge.
Click here to register to Everbridge or to update your Everbridge categories.
Aspirus Community Resources- this community resource page connects community members to local organizations to find information on food, housing, goods, transit, health, money, care, education, work, and legal.
Moving Forward: Deciding Who, When, & How - Now that things are opening back up, it may be time to decide how or when to return to these places or who to start engaging with in person. This guide will walk you through the decision-making process. It will help you weigh out your own risks and benefits of interacting with others in public spaces or in your homes again.
Antigo Food Pantry
Elcho Food Pantry
White Lake Food Pantry - is located at 638 Bissell Street, White Lake, WI 54491. Contact Joe or Barb Grennell at 715-882-2781 for more information.
Phlox Area Food Pantry - is located in the Mattoon Community Hall. Contact Wade Reimer at 715-216-0026 or Jim Maier at 715-326-0672 for more information.
The Department of Children and Families (DCF) has launched the Child Care Provider Portal to help parents find child care providers in Wisconsin and Langlade County. For additional DCF COVID-19 Child Care Resources, click here.
Internet Resources for Langlade County & Wisconsin Residents during Public Health Emergency
Cirrinity has partnered with the Unified School District of Antigo to provide free public internet access during the Safer at Home order at the below locations. Keep checking back as additional locations may be added.
Cirrinity’s parking lot, 2628 US Hwy 45 in Antigo
Langlade County Fairgrounds
Kuhr's Kountry Store in Phlox
Northcentral Technical College - Antigo Campus has extended Wi-Fi capabilities to the parking lots. Users can pull in and connect to the NTCGuest wireless.
Antigo Public Library has parking lot wifi access. The Antigo Public Libary is located at 617 Clermont St, Antigo, WI 54409.
Astrea has set up a free wifi zone in Elcho. It is being broadcast from their facility located behind the Elcho Service Center. The signal is strong in the Builders Service parking lot. Please park to the north of Builders Service's parking area as to not impact the store's traffic. The signal ID is AstreaWiFi with a password of Elcho123.
The Elcho Public Library has parking lot wifi access. The Elcho Public Library is located in the Elcho High School on Highway 45 North in Elcho, WI.
White Lake Area
The White Lake Library has parking lot wifi access. The White Lake Library is located at 615 School St, White Lake, WI 54491.
The White Lake School District has disabled the password, so people can access the wifi by choosing "WLS Public" from the parking lot.
Home Internet Access Options
Several Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are offering free or low-cost internet access options in response to the COVID-19 health emergency. These services are offered in the areas each ISP serves or as otherwise described.
Public Service Commission of Wisconsin or call 608-267-3595, Monday through Friday from 7:45 am – 4:30 pm for the Public Service Commission internet and phone helpline for Wisconsin consumers.
www.volunteerwisconsin.org: To connect potential volunteers and organizations addressing these pressing concerns, the United Way of Wisconsin, Serve Wisconsin, and the Wisconsin Volunteer Coordinators Association created the COVID-19 Response Initiative on the Volunteer Wisconsin website. The Volunteer Wisconsin website will provide a centralized location for organizations throughout the state to post information on projects addressing these needs and for people interested in helping others search for COVID-19 response projects in their local communities.
Physical & Mental Health Resources & Tips