2018-2020 Community Health Improvement Plan


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The purpose and true intent of the current Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) is to provide guidance to the full community on improving the current CHIP health priorities. The CHIP is grounded in results from the 2016 Community Health Needs Assessment and has been developed collaboratively with community members.

Specifically, the CHIP:

  • Describes the Community Health Assessment and Planning (CHAP) process, including partners involved
  • Outlines the five community health priorities (Financial Stress, Mental Health, Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention, Overweight and Obesity and Vaccine Preventable Diseases)
  • Identifies community-level strategies with measurable and time-framed objectives
  • Describes future implementation, monitoring and evaluation activities
Below you will find the full CHIP document; the CHIP broken down by the five priorities; and the CHIP supplemental and implementation documents.

Full Olmsted County CHIP 2018-2020 (PDF 8 MB)

Olmsted County CHIP Executive Summary 2018-2020 (PDF 1 MB)

Olmsted County CHIP Supplemental Document 2018-2020 (PDF1.8 MB)

Olmsted County CHIP Implementation Document 2018-
(PDF 2.4 MB)

Financial Stress

Mental Health

Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention


Vaccine Preventable Diseases