As the Office of Community Health, we recognize that in times of crisis our most vulnerable patients are likely to become even more vulnerable.  Being prepared and able to understand and support our communities outside our hospital and clinic walls will be critical to support those of us working within these spaces.

If you manage a COVID-19 public health resource webpage and want to add your site to our resource list, please email to submit your page for consideration.

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Resources to Support Our Patients and Community Members

Dane County, WI Resources

DFMCH COVID-19 Community Health Partnerships

National Resources

Multilingual Resources | Recursos multilingües

Face Mask Educational Resources

Impacts of COVID-19 on Our Most Vulnerable Populations: Educational Resources

Law, Policy, and Public Health Recommendations and Resources

Stop the Stigma

  • Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association – “As mentioned in our previous APAMSA national statement, we are concerned about the heightened tensions and fear that have unfortunately stemmed from this outbreak. If you have witnessed or experienced acts of xenophobia-driven violence, we also encourage you to aid in hate crime response and prevention by sharing your story at We remain hopeful that together, we can overcome these adversities and work towards improving the health of the APIA community through this difficult time”

Sharing our Stories

UW DFMCH Office of Community Health

Our People

Jennifer Edgoose, MD

Jennifer Edgoose, MD, MPH

Shelly Shaw, MPH
Shelly Shaw, MPH
Associate Director

Dual appointment with DFMCH and the COVID-19 Community Resilience and Response Task Force

Maddie Batzli
Maddie Batzli
Program Coordinator