Community Health Improvement Planning, 2013
The Lewis and Clark City-County Health Department has embarked on a comprehensive planning process to identify public health priorities in Lewis and Clark County, as well as strategies and resources to address them.
This "community health improvement planning" process, or CHIP, is a requirement for health department accreditation. But more important, it’s an opportunity to develop a common agenda for the entire community to use to set priorities, direct the use of resources, and develop and implement projects and programs that will be most effective in improving the health of our community.
The result of the CHIP process will be a Health Improvement Plan that will cover more than the roles and responsibilities of the health department. It will describe how the health department and other community entities can work together to improve the overall health of the people we serve.
Task Force Meetings
Meeting schedules, agendas, and minutes will be posted here when available.
May 28, 2014
February 26, 2013
- Small Group Agenda
- Mental Health Worksheet
- Chronic Disease Worksheet
- Substance Abuse Worksheet
- Maternal and Child Health Worksheet
January 22, 2013
December 11, 2012
A report on the top 5 health priorities of the county, as determined by a wide cross-section of community members representing various businesses, organizations, and government agencies. Also includes goals and strategies the community can use to address these priorities in the next 3-5 years.
An assessment of the health of the community using the most current available data.