How is a CHIP used?

A CHIP is designed to be a living document, growing and changing with the needs of the community, rooted in data but engaging people where they live, work, learn, and play. It establishes measurable indicators, which provides both accountability and the ability to celebrate successes.

We encourage all organizations, agencies, institutions, and individuals to review the priority areas on the above pages and consider how they can participate in one or more of these initiatives. The CHIP is not intended to replace or duplicate the existing plans or missions of other area organizations, but rather to foster collaboration and sharing of resources in order to achieve these goals within a larger context.

Interested in helping out? Find out how on our We Need You page.

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1. What is a Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)?
2. Why create a CHIP?
3. How was the CHIP developed?
4. How is a CHIP used?