Established in 1999, Healthy Lucas County performs a community health assessment every three years. The 2016/2017 Lucas County Community Health Assessment with data about children, youth and adults was released in September 2017. For the first time, Healthy Lucas County also released more detailed reports on the health and well-being of African American and Latino residents.
This Highlights & Trends booklet includes highlights, infographics and trend summaries from the 2016/2017 assessment. Here are links to the most recent previous assessments:
Healthy Lucas County’s 2018-2021 Lucas County Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP), which works to improve the health status of Lucas County residents and decrease premature death. The plan also supports and aligns with Ohio’s 2017-2019 State Health Improvement Plan. The CHIP focuses the coalition’s efforts on four priority areas and multiple cross-cutting strategies that address all priorities.