The Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) for Olmsted County serves as a first step towards true community-centered planning, integration, and implementation of strategies to improve our community’s health. CHIP partners and additional community organizations will work together to promote health equity throughout diverse populations and address social determinants of health to improve health outcomes in five priority areas: Obesity, Diabetes, Mental Health, Vaccine Preventable Diseases, and Financial Stress / Homelessness.
Below you will find the full CHIP document; the CHIP broken down by the five priorities; The Top Community Priorities Infographic; and the CHIP supplemental document.
Full Olmsted County CHIP 2015 – 2017 (PDF 2.5 MB)Olmsted County CHIP Supplemental Document 2015 – 2017 (PDF 1.2 MB)Diabetes (PDF 438 KB)Financial Stress – Homelessness (PDF 425 KB)Mental Health (PDF 477 KB)Obesity (PDF 452 KB)Vaccine Preventable Diseases (PDF 529 KB) Top Community Priorities
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Olmsted County Public Health Services
Health Assessment and Planning Division