SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH – COMMUNITY HEALTH IMPROVEMENT PLAN

The Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) is a framework to strengthen, focus, and streamline local efforts to improve health and well-being in Erie County. The CHIP’s main components are: six priorities including three factors and three health outcomes, 23 measurable objectives, and a list of evidence-informed strategies.

With the long-term goal of ensuring all Erie County residents achieve their full health potential, the CHIP takes a comprehensive approach to achieving equity and addressing the many factors that shape our health, including housing, access, and trauma.

The Erie County Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) was initially developed in 2013 and has undergone multiple revisions since it was initially adopted. Community Health Assessment data was used to identify and prioritize issues, develop strategies, and implement actions to ensure measurable health improvement.

The CHIP is designed to be implemented by a wide range of public and private partners. Erie County’s Roots of Prevention collaborative will be responsible for implementing the strategies and reporting on progress. Each of the various collaborative coalitions will function as an action team focused on implementing specific strategies.

VISION & MISSION

In November 2019, a diverse group of local stakeholders convened in a visioning session to determine the vision and mission of the updated and revised Erie County Community Health Improvement Plan. The result of that session was the creation of the updated mission and vision statements for the Erie County Community Health Improvement Plan. The new vision and mission born from that process are:

VISION

A community united for safety and health equity.

MISSION

To collaborate and promote increased access to community resources and education to achieve safety and health equity.

GET INVOLVED

For more information about the Erie County Community Health Improvement Plan, Erie County Community Health Assessment, or to join the Steering Committee, contact:​

(419) 626-5623