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.
Current Community Health Assessment
The Health Happens Here JoCo dashboard offers an interactive view of Johnson County Department of Health and Environment’s Community Health Assessment. The 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.
Previous Year Meeting Minutes
- Community Health Needs Assessment Survey Analysis 2015 (Power Point presentation)
- Community Indicators - Key Trends
- UCS Community Profile for Johnson County
- County Health Rankings
- REACH Health Status Data Report
- Improving Community Health JOCO
- Kansas Kids Count
- Homelessness in Johnson County
- Free and Reduced Lunch
- Characteristics of Poor in JOCO
- Housing Affordability
- Winnable Battles CDC
- Healthy People 2020
- Oral Health Assessment - Metro KC, Health Care Foundation of Greater KC
- Oral Health Assessment - Power Point
- Oral Health School Screenings - JOCO 2014-15