Introduction to Sullivan County’s Community Health Status Assessment (CHSA)
Improving health is a shared responsibility of health care providers and public health officials, as well as a variety of organizations and individuals who contribute to the well-being of our community. No single entity can make a community healthy. So much more can be accomplished by working together with a common vision to improve health. To that end this document has been prepared to provide a foundation on which to implement change to work towards a healthier community and Sullivan County.
This assessment serves as the first step of the MAPP process, a detailed model of MAPP is depicted below:
This report begins with a community description with detailed demographic information and is followed with descriptions and detailed data for important health indicators including: Access to Health Care, Quality of Life, Behavioral Risk Factors, Environmental Health, Social and Mental Health, Maternal and Child Health, Death, Illness and Injury and Communicable Disease.
2017 Community Health Status Assessment Data
2012 Community Health Status Assessment Data