Community Health Assessment and Planning
Community Health Assessment (CHA)
The Sedgwick County Community Health Assessment provides a comprehensive view of our community's key health status, needs and issues by collecting and analyzing health data and soliciting and incorporating community input. Information from the CHA helps to prioritize where to allocate resources to best meet community needs. The CHA consists of three parts:
2022 Community Health Assessment (CHA)
2023-25 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)
The Sedgwick County Community Health Improvement Plan is a three-year community health improvement process that identifies priority issues, develops and implements strategies for action, and establishes accountability to ensure measurable health improvement.
More than 70 representatives from healthcare and other community organizations met on October 18, 2022, to review health data and community input before selecting health issues for the 2023-2025 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) for Sedgwick County. The group voted to select four health issues for the CHIP:
To review local, state and national health data presented at the meeting on these four health issues and on nine other priority health issues considered for the CHIP, click here.
In January and February 2023, partners began meeting in four workgroups associated with each health issue. In March 2023, as part of baseline data collection, some workgroups have chosen to focus on particular Sedgwick County ZIP Codes for their work. Reports generated for that work are listed below:
For more information or to join one of the CHIP workgroups, email PHPerformance@sedgwick.gov.
2020-2022 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)
Community Health Assessment & Planning Archive
2019 Community Health Assessment
2017-2019 Community Health Improvement Plan
This plan outlines the needs, strategies and measurements necessary to address the community health priorities.
Other Community Health Assessment & Planning Resources
KS Health Matters
The Kansas Health Matters website brings together community health-related statistical data, local resources and a wealth of information into one accessible location. The intent is to give communities the tools they need to read and understand the public health indicators that affect the quality of our residents' lives. The site was created by the Kansas Partnership for Improving Community Health which is supported by Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Kansas Health Foundation, KALHD, and Community Care Network of Kansas (formerly KAMU).
County Health Rankings
The County Health Rankings show that where we live matters to our health. The health of a community depends on many different factors - ranging from health behaviors, education and jobs, to quality of health care, to the environment. These are published annually by University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and support is provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Kansas Health Institute
The Kansas Health Institute is an independent, nonprofit health policy and research organization that informs policymakers about important issues affecting the health of Kansans. Their website contains up-to-date health-related topics at a state-level governmental perspective.