Community Health Needs Assessment

A Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) is a dynamic, on-going process undertaken to identify the strengths and needs of the community and to enable community-wide establishment of wellness and health priorities that improve the health status of the population.

While the primary goal of the CHNA is to determine a prioritized list of health and wellness needs that can inform decision-makers about resources planning in the community, it is vital that this process enhance community participation and engagement.

Five-Year Cycle Reports

Previous Reports (off five-year cycle)

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