Healthy People Healthy Oneida County Community Health Plan 2012 – 2016
Healthy People Healthy Oneida County began in 1995 as a community wide initiative with the goal of establishing an ongoing process for identifying and addressing health needs in Oneida County. This new plan is part of the ongoing planning process and commitment to our community. Please click here if you are interested in JOINING the healthy people initiative.
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The intent of the plan is to foster successful partnership of many facets of our community in order to improve the health of our community. A Steering Committee and community assessment team representing a broad spectrum of Oneida County constituencies including business, education, government, health care, law enforcement, not-for-profit agencies, and citizens reviewed county and state health data in relationship to State of Wisconsin health priorities and national health objectives.
Community Needs Assessment Reports
Community Health Plans
After reviewing data of the twelve health priorities identified in Healthiest Wisconsin 2020, Oneida County Community Assessment Team identified three areas of focus for the 2012 – 2016 health plan.
Vision: Oneida County residents will live in a community that promotes and supports mental and emotional well-being across the life span.
Alcohol and Other Substance Abuse and Addiction
Vision: All residents of Oneida County live lives free of mental and physical health problems associated with misuse and abuse of drugs, including alcohol, pharmaceuticals, illicit and emerging drugs.
Chronic Disease Prevention and Management
Vision: Oneida County residents will live in a community that promotes and supports residents in achieving a healthy lifestyle across the lifespan.
HPHOC Annual Reports
- HPHOC 2007 Annual Report
- HPHOC 2008 Annual Report
- HPHOC 2009 Annual Report
- HPHOC 2010 Annual Report
- HPHOC 2012 Annual Report
- HPHOC 2013 Annual Report
Community Steering Committee
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