Community Needs Assessment

Community Needs Assessment To gain insights from the community for the purposes of planning and community improvement, the Coalition conducted a community-wide needs assessment, which included the compilation of selected secondary data, administration of a community survey, community member interviews, and focus groups. The community survey was primarily conducted online to gather input from residents regarding their perceptions of community strengths and needs in 10 topic areas.

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Community Health Improvement Plan

Community Health Improvement Plan Riley County's 2015 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) was an iterative process involving 200 stakeholders in reviewing data, discussing needs, and identifying priorities. The top three priorities identified include mental health, transportation, and communication and coordination of systems and services. Riley County will undertake another CHIP process in 2020-2021.

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Community Care Team

Community Care Team The purpose of the Flint Hills Community Care Team (CCT) is to provide person-centered care as well as improve outcomes for the most vulnerable members of our community by developing wrap-around services through multi-agency partnerships and care coordination.

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Health Equity/Opportunity Map

Health Equity/Opportunity Map Health disparities adversely affect groups of people who have systematically experienced greater obstacles to health. A three-year grant from the Kansas Health Foundation has helped us discover how to effectively impact the health of Riley County residents. The results of these efforts include Northview Rising, Mutual Aid MHK, and the Riley County Opportunity Map.

Pathways to a Healthy Kansas

Pathways to a Healthy Kansas Pathways to a Healthy Kansas combines community-wide evidence-based solutions and promising practices for improving active living, healthy eating, and tobacco prevention to make a large impact across multiple sectors in communities.

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Workgroups

Workgroups Priorities identified in the 2015 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) resulted in the creation of workgroups focused on improving health outcomes in our community and advocating for policies that have a positive impact.

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