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Community Health Reports – updated 4/18/24

The community health assessment takes a wide variety of information from prevalence of health behaviors, social determinants of health, environmental factors, and community input to discover the gaps, disparities, and trends that may not be apparent and to recognize organizations or programs that are working well and should be supported to continue to push the community forward in being a healthy place to work, live, and play.

Data Components of the Oneida County Health Assessment include:

  • Paper and online survey with members of the community
  • Interviews with community members and service organizations
  • Review of secondary data from local, state, and national sources
  • Community conversations

The assessment findings are shared among multiple agencies and are used to help determine what future work can be done.  That work is then mapped out through a Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP). The plan shows what objectives the Oneida County Health Department will be focusing on and how we can work with the community to make a positive impact.


Executive SummaryCOMING SOON

2022 Community Forum Data & Materials

Community Conversation DataCHA data including primary survey data, secondary data, focus group and key informant interview responses that were presented at the first Community Conversation meeting on June 13th, 2023.
Data Reference PacketData reference packet citing the sources used in the Community Conversation Data.
Data Walk Worksheet Responses updated 7/10/23Summarized worksheet findings from the first Community Conversation meeting June 13th 2023. Including a blank copy of the questions asked and responses.
Data Walk Recap VideoA short video that recaps what happened during the Community Conversation Data Walk on June 13th 2023.
Community Health Priority SurveySurvey link to choose your health priorities:
Priority Data Packet
updated 7/13/23
o   Substance Alcohol Use
o   Mental Health
o   Housing
o   Childcare
Mini data walk for each of the following priority areas discussed during the Health Prioritization meeting on July 12th, 2023.
Priority Data Reference Packet updated 7/13/23Priority data reference packet citing the sources used in the mini data walk for Health Prioritization Meeting.
Health Priority Worksheet Responses
updated 7/31/23
Summarized worksheet findings from the second Community Conversation meeting July 12th, 2023. Including how the priority areas were selected.
Coming Soon – Resources and Gaps DocumentIdentified resources and gaps in care for Oneida County residents from the August 2nd, 2023 meeting.
Health Priority Logic Models – Substance Use, Mental Health, Housing, and Childcare
updated 9/23/23
The four logic models discussed during the August 2nd, 2023 Improvement planning Meeting. Each logic model is specifically broken down based on one of the areas that was identified in the health priority worksheet responses.
Brainstormed Strategies 
updated 9/23/23
Participants looked at the developed logic models and brainstormed different strategies based off of  “CADCA’s Seven Strategies for Creating Effective Community Change” for one selected local condition from each health priority.

2022 Community Health Assessment (CHA) Data

COMING SOON – Survey Results: Comprehensive ReportCommunity Health Assessment survey results from Forest, Oneida and Vilas Counties. Complete answers from 1133 respondents from the tri-county. Including a blank copy of the survey.
COMING SOON – Comparison Survey ReportComparison of survey results by varying factors.
Focus Group Questions & Themes updated 7/13/23Key themes identified from 3 focus groups. Including a blank copy of the questions asked.
Key Informant Interview Questions & Themes
updated 7/13/23
Key themes identified from 14 agency interviews. Including a blank copy of the questions asked.
Secondary Data Packet
updated 9/23/23
Collection of data already made available by various different sources.
COMING SOON – Steering Committee Data PacketData that was presented to Steering Committee members at the first meeting.


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