While the focus of our world may be changing, our mission to you has not. Are you in need of a dilated eye exam? We are here to help you maneuver your vision health, safely. Currently, the majority of eye care providers are only seeing urgent or emergent patients. As the state begins to open up and regulations change routine eye services will be offered.
Urgent care is defined as medical care provided for illnesses or injuries that require prompt attention but are typically not of such seriousness as to require the services of an emergency room. Emergency care is defined as medical care for conditions requiring prompt medical attention due to a sudden change in the eye or visual health. If you’re uncertain whether or not your condition is urgent or emergent, contact your eye care provider (ophthalmologist or optometrist) immediately.
Vision Care Resources
Please check back regularly for updates on eye care services in your area. If you are currently looking for vision care, please refer to the COVID-Updated Vision Care Provider Resources below. For a complete list of eye care providers in your county, please refer to the Vision Care Provider Resources below.
Not sure how to access vision care benefits? Follow along the flow chart below for steps on how to make an eye doctor appointment
Do you have a current glasses prescription, but need a new pair? Check below for affordable, online options*.
Online Glasses Options:
*Prevent Blindness Wisconsin does not have any affiliation with any online glasses retailers.
Do you have Medicaid/BadgerCare? Follow the document below for a step-by-step process on how to make an eye doctor appointment with your coverage options.
If you are unable to afford vision care or glasses for you or your child, Prevent Blindness Wisconsin may be able to help. Please fill out and submit the application below to see if you or your child qualifies.
For additional vision resources, click the links below:
Prevent Blindness Wisconsin staff would like to say THANK YOU to all of the health care workers, first responders, grocery store workers, delivery drivers, factory workers, and all other essential workers. While our staff works remotely we appreciate all of the essential workers continuing to go in to work every day.