Jessamine County Community Health Assessment & Improvement Plan
Jessamine County initiated our second Community Health Assessment and Improvement Planning initiative in October 2017. A series of three forums gathered feedback from community partners, surveys from community residents, and identified our top health/safety issues to be addressed in a county-wide health improvement plan. Please review our forum presentations and our 2018 Jessamine County Community Health Assessment below for more information!
Assessment includes comprehensive health data elements, 2017 KIDS Count data, and 2017 Indoor Air Quality Results. Last revised on November 1, 2019.
2021: Interactive Data Source: mySidewalk Community Health Status Assessment
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2019-2023 COMMUNITY HEALTH IMPROVEMENT PLAN (CHIP)
A community health improvement plan “CHIP” is a long-term, systematic effort to address public health problems on the basis of the results of community health assessment activities and the community health improvement process.
During a consensus building activity conducted during the January 25, 2018 CHAIP forum, the following health and safety topics were identified by participants as Jessamine County’s top priority areas:
- Chronic Disease
- Mental Health
- Substance Abuse/Drug Overdose
The Jessamine County Healthy and Safe Communities Coalition is a collaboration of community partners and members who perform activities as outlined in the Jessamine County CHIP Workplan: 2019-2023 to help improve the status of these top priority areas.