Calumet County Community COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic
In partnership with Ascension Calumet and St. Martin Lutheran Church, Calumet County currently offers a public vaccination clinic. The site is located across from Ascension Calumet Hospital in Chilton. Parking for the vaccination clinic is accessible from Oak Street and is located behind the church. The Clinic is typically open Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
St. Martin Lutheran Church
717 Memorial Drive, Chilton
Appointments are highly recommended. Same-day appointments are available, depending on the vaccine supply.*
- Register Online:
- Visit www.calumetcounty.org/COVID-19
- Click the registration button at the top of the page and complete all steps in the form.
- Alternative Registration:
- Call (920) 849-1432 and a Calumet County staff member will assist you in registering, if available.
- *Same-Day Registration:
- Call (920) 629-0479 on Tuesdays or Wednesdays for same-day options.
What you need to know about the Vaccine
As part of the registration process, you will be asked to review the following documents. Reviewing these documents before the registration will help expedite the online registration process.
- Johnson and Johnson (Janssen) Vaccine EUA Fact Sheet (English)
- Johnson and Johnson (Janssen) Vaccine EUA Fact Sheet (Spanish)
- Vaccine Side Effects and Allergic Reactions
- What to Expect after COVID-19 Vaccination
- CDC Vaccine Information
- Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)
- Free transportation to vaccine appointments for individuals age 60+ and persons living with disabilities.
- Call our ADRC transportation coordinator at (920) 849-1440.
- Make the Ride Happen
Interpretation services are available at the clinic.
COVID-19: After You Get the Vaccine
Visit this DHS page for more information about what to expect after the vaccine, including possible side effects, activity guidance, etc.
Where can the Public go to ask General Vaccine Questions?
DHS offers a general inquiry inbox for the public to send in COVID-19 vaccine questions: DHSCOVIDVaccinePublic@wi.gov. Additionally, there is the DHS COVID-19 Vaccine page, which contains some commonly asked questions.