Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)

Riley County's Community Health Improvement Planning was an iterative process involving over 200 stakeholders in reviewing data, discussing needs, and identifying priorities. The process included meetings with key stakeholders and organizational partners, community listening sessions, and planning team work sessions.

Based on the series of community and stakeholder meetings, three priorities were identified as having the most potential for collective impact in improving the health of Riley County.

  1. Communication and Coordination of Systems and Services
  2. Transportation
  3. Mental Health

These selected three priorities are being addressed through a concerted, cooperative effort of strategic teams formed around the issues.

This document is meant to serve as an interim resource as the community works on these priorities and develops a more detailed implementation plan with specific, measurable objectives and activities.

Download Overview of the Riley County Community Health Improvement Planning Process

Overview of Community Needs Assessment and Improvement Plan