Riley County Community Health Improvement Plan

Following the Community Needs Assessment, the Riley County Community Health  Improvement Plan (CHIP) process began. The CHIP was an iterative process involving over 200 stakeholders in reviewing data, discussing needs,  and identifying priorities. Based on the series of community and stakeholder meetings, thirteen priorities were identified. Of those,  three were selected as having the most potential for collective impact  in improving the health of Riley County:

  1. Communication and Coordination of Systems and Services
  2. Transportation
  3. Mental Health

These selected three priorities are being addressed through a concerted,  cooperative effort of strategic teams formed around the issues. The community continues to works on these priorities and develop a more detailed implementation plan with specific, measurable objectives and activities. Read more about the CHIP planning process (pdf). Read more the full CHIP Report including the implementation plan. To provide feedback on the Community Health Improvement Plan please email info@FlintHillsWellness.org. If you would like to get involved in implementing the CHIP, please submit your information here: http://www.flinthillswellness.org/get-involved.cfm

To provide feedback on the Community Health Improvement Plan please email info@FlintHillsWellness.org. If you would like to get involved in the CHIP planning process please submit your information here: http://www.flinthillswellness.org/get-involved.cfm

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