Live Healthy Lane – Community Health Needs Assessment

| May 7, 2014

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2015 Community Health Needs Assessment:

Live Healthy Lane’s 2015 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) is a collaborative project between United Way of Lane County, Lane County Public Health, PeaceHealth Oregon West, and Trillium CCO. Improving the health and well-being of Lane County is core work of the partnering organizations. The overall goal of this process is capture a full picture of our community’s health and identify key priority areas where the community (including you!) can then take action.

To maximize impact, community involvement is vital at each phase:

1. Create a shared vision (Summer 2015)

  • Over 130 community members convened for the June 25, 2015 county-wide simulcast Community Health Visioning Session to brainstorm what a healthy community looks and feels like. Draft results are now available for download: Visioning Results Summary. The community health vision statement and values are as follows:
    • Live Healthy Lane: Working together to create a caring community where all people can live a healthier life.
      • Compassion – We are creating a community where all people are treated with dignity and respect.
      • Equity – We believe everyone should have the opportunity to live a healthy life.
      • Inclusion – We strive to embrace our differences and treat the whole person.
      • Collaboration – We have committed our collective resources to innovation, coordination, and integration of services.

2. Conduct community assessments to gather and analyze data (Summer 2015 – Fall 2015) about the community health status, the local public health systems, community strengths and themes, and forces of change in Lane County.

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The Live Healthy Lane survey is now gathering opinions about health and quality of life in Lane County. Don’t miss the chance to have your voice heard! Take the short survey: www.livehealthylane.org

 

 

 

3. Identify and prioritize health issues; Select goals and strategies (Winter 2016 – Spring 2016)

4. Implement the new 3-year Community Health Improvement Plan (Summer 2016-Summer 2019)

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When working together, people can produce more innovative, effective, and sustainable solutions. To learn how you can get involved in creating a healthy and vibrant community, please contact the Community Health Program Manager – Heather Amrhein at [email protected] or 541-741-6000 x122

 

 


 


 

2012 Community Health Assessment:

In the spring of 2012, a collaboration of community members and organizations launched a comprehensive CHA. Review of the data and information led to the identification of key objectives to improve community health in Lane County – the 2013-2016 Community Health Improvement Plan.


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Category: Community Resources, Data/Research, Equity, Get Involved, Plans and Reports

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