COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM

The Community Engagement Program is a section at the health department which focuses on examining and strengthening the health characteristics of our communities through active partnerships.

Our vision is to create healthy communities that are unified and purposeful, giving themselves the best chance for successful health outcomes.
Our Programs

HEALTH DATA

The Health Data team at Franklin County Public Health collects and analyzes data related to health conditions, reproductive outcomes, causes of death and quality of life for residents in Franklin County.

Health data includes clinical metrics along with environmental, socioeconomic and behavioral information pertinent to health and wellness.
Health Data

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

The Emergency Preparedness Program works to develop plans to address these risks and maintain efficient public health services for the citizens of Franklin County.

The Emergency Preparedness Program provides the avenue for interaction of Franklin County Public Health with other Franklin County agencies ensuring a cooperative response to emergencies in the community that may threaten the safety and health of residents.
Emergency Preparedness

COMMUNITY HEALTH IMPROVEMENT PLAN (CHIP)

The Franklin County Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) is a plan for action developed by a partnership of community agencies, organizations and health care providers brought together by Health Works Franklin County to address the four health priority areas.

The Franklin County Community Health Assessment (CHA) is a report on the status of the health and well-being of our residents and identifies four health priority areas.
CHA/CHIP