Community Health Planning and Statistics
Community Health Planning
Since 2012, the Florida Department of Health in Santa Rosa County (DOH-Santa Rosa) has been involved in community health improvement planning utilizing a process called Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP). Working collaboratively with community partners and stakeholders, data from the four MAPP assessments and community health assessments were analyzed to identify health issues that adversely affect the quality of life for Santa Rosa County residents. Based on conclusions drawn from this analysis, the community partners developed the Santa Rosa Community Health Improvement Plan for addressing the most pressing issues and creating sustainable solutions.
Santa Rosa Community Health Improvement Plan
2013 Community Health Improvement Plan (PDF-3.3MB)
2014 Community Health Improvement Plan (PDF-3.5MB)
2015 Community Health Improvement Plan (PDF-4.3MB)
2016 Community Health Improvement Plan (PDF-1MB)
Community Health Assessment
2013 Community Health Assessment (PDF-18MB)
2014 Community Health Assessment (PDF-18.3MB)
2016 Community Health Needs Assessment ( PDF-13,755KB)
2019 Community Health Needs Assessment(PDF-5.66MB)
DOH-Santa Rosa Annual Report
2011-2012 DOH-Santa Rosa Annual Report (PDF-1.9MB)
2013-2014 DOH-Santa Rosa Annual Report (PDF-4.3MB)
2015-2016 DOH-Santa Rosa Annual Report (PDF-672KB)
Other Important Community Documents
Florida CHARTS - track the health status of your community!
"Where do I go to receive assistance for...?" Sometimes it can be overwhelming trying to find local help for various health-related issues. The two links below, while not comprehensive, cover a wide range of resources and where to find them.
2015 Santa Rosa County Community Resources (PDF-167KB)
2015 Santa Rosa County Medical Resources (PDF-255KB)
Congratulations Santa Rosa County!
Santa Rosa County is the first county in the nation to earn the Safe Communities America designation by the National Safety Council through the Safe Communities America program. According to the National Safety Council, a Safe Community:
- Works together in a coordinated and collaborative way
- Promotes safety and health to prevent injury of its residents
- Uses community data to prioritize safety and health areas in greatest need of attention
- Is committed to the process of continuous improvement
- Saves lives and prevents injuries
The Safe Communities Network is a coalition of community partners involving businesses, civic organizations, local government, non-profit organizations and local residents organized to promote safety, reduce injuries, and prepare their citizens for natural and man-made disasters.
As we transition into the 2014 Hurricane Season, the May newsletter from the Support Alliance For Emergency Readiness (SAFER Santa Rosa) has several articles and many excellent links to help you get prepared. You can download the May SAFER newsletter (.pdf 520kb) or visit the SAFER Santa Rosa website. You can also visit our Hurricane webpage for more information on hurricane preparedness.
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