Community Health Planning
The Report highlights Peoria County's progress on various health benchmarks including causes of death, risk and protective factors, and socioeconomic indicators.
Community Health Improvement Planning
The Partnership for a Healthy Community is a community-driven effort to improve health and wellness in Central Illinois. Multiple organizations, sectors, and the public participate in population health planning to identify and prioritize health needs and quality of life issues, map and leverage community resources, and form effective partnerships to implement health improvement strategies in Peoria, Tazewell, and Woodford Counties.
Using actionable data to identify health needs and priorities, including those related to health disparities, health inequities, and the social determinants of health, the Partnership for a Healthy Community led by Peoria City/County Health Department, Tazewell County Health Department, and Woodford County Health Department developed the 2016-2019 Community Health Improvement Plan.
This study includes a detailed analysis of secondary data to assess information regarding the health status of the community. In order to perform these analyses, information was collected from numerous secondary sources, including publicly available sources as well as private sources of data.
Additionally, primary data were collected for the general population and the at-risk or economically disadvantaged population. Areas of investigation included perceptions of the community health issues, unhealthy behaviors, issues with quality of life, healthy behaviors and access to medical care, dental care, prescription medications and mental-health counseling. Additionally, demographic characteristics of respondents were utilized to provide insights into why certain segments of the population responded differently.
Ultimately, the identification and prioritization of the most important health-related issues in the Tri-County region were identified. Consideration was given to health needs based on: (1) magnitude of the issue (i.e., what percentage of the population was impacted by the issue); (2) severity of the issue in terms of its relationship with morbidities and mortalities; (3) potential impact through collaboration.
- Peoria County National Citizen Survey
- Peoria County Report of Results Final 2009
- Open End Final Report Peoria County 2009
- Benchmark Report Final-Peoria County 2009
- Demographic Subgroup Comparisons Final - Peoria County 2009
- Geographic Subgroup Comparisons Final - Peoria County 2009
- Peoria County Custom Benchmark Report Final - Peoria County 2009