Community Health Network

The Community Health Network is a partnership between the Johnson County Department of Health Environment and community agencies and organizations throughout the county. By assessing the community’s health status and needs, the network strives to improve and maintain a high level of health for our residents.

JCDHE works with its partners to conduct regular community health assessments, in which data is collected and analyzed about the state of the community’s health, and works to create and implement community health improvement plans that outline potential health improvements. The Community Health Network meets regularly to provide updates on its assessment and planning efforts.

The 2023 Community Health Assessment survey is closed and we are currently analyzing the data but you can view a copy of the questionnaire below. Check back this winter for updates. 

Current Community Health Assessment and Improvement Plan

The Health Happens Here JoCo dashboards offer an interactive view of Johnson County Department of Health and Environment’s Community Health Assessment and the Community Health Improvement Plan. The CHA dashboard highlights key data and information about the health and wellness of Johnson County residents. This includes a look at physical health as well as numerous factors that affect the health of the community – from finances to housing to social connection.

The CHIP dashboard outlines our goals and strategies to improve health and equity. Together with our community members and partner organizations, we've prioritized four areas: Suicide Prevention; Opioid Misuse and Overdose Prevention; Safe, Stable and Attainable Housing; and Social Connectedness. 

Previous Community Health Assessments and Improvement Plans