Community Health Improvement Plan

A Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) is a community-based blueprint for improving population health and health system performance. It lays out a long-term, strategic effort to address local health issues. It outlines ways organizations will help address the community's priorities for improving overall health and well-being.

The CHIP is developed after the Community Health Assessment (CHA) and is informed by those results. The CHA provides data and information to identify local health issues that are prioritized by the community. The CHIP is used to describe how local stakeholders will address the health priorities of the CHA.

Jackson Care Connect was involved in creating the 2019-2022 CHIP for Jackson and Josephine counties. That process was coordinated by the Jefferson Regional Health Alliance. The result is All In For Health, a community-wide initiative for Jackson and Josephine Counties. 

All In For Health identified three priorities: Housing For All, Behavioral Health & Well-Being, and Parenting Support & Life Skills

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  • Housing for all

  • Behavioral health & well-being

  • Parenting support & life skills





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