Alpine County Community Health Improvement Plan (April 2022 - June 2027)

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Alpine County is pleased to share with you the April 2022-June 2027 Community Health Improvement Plan.

A Community Health Improvement Plan (or CHIP) is a long-term, systematic effort to address public health problems. The CHIP is used by health and other governmental, education, and human service agencies, in collaboration with community partners, to set priorities and coordinate resources for promoting health.

Alpine County’s overarching objective for developing a CHIP was to engage key contributors and the broader community in a planning process resulting in a plan that, when executed, will help the county realize its vision that:

Alpine County has a shared understanding of whole-person health, systems in place that support equitable access to resources, and an ongoing commitment to community wellness through active engagement by all who live, work, learn, and play here

Development of the 2022-2027 CHIP was guided by a Steering Committee and informed by input and feedback from members of the Alpine community. These contributions were critically important to shaping the vision, goals, objectives, and strategies within this document, and ultimately the future health of Alpine County residents.

You can review the final CHIP by clicking on one of the links below; each of these documents contains a different level of detail.

Thank you to everyone who participated in any way to develop this important plan!