Community Health Improvement Plan

The Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) sets priorities, objectives, strategies, and activities to address the top priority health issues in the community. Based on community and steering members’ input, the top health issues facing Clermont County are:

  • Depression
  • Suicide deaths
  • Youth drug use
  • Drug overdose deaths
  • Tobacco/nicotine use.

The overall goal of the CHIP is to increase awareness of health issues impacting the community and provide educational opportunities to the public to improve their health and address social determinants of health.

The CHIP is reviewed and updated annually with input from our community stakeholders to ensure that progress on priorities, objectives, strategies and activities are monitored and evaluated.

The Clermont County CHIP aligns with state priority factors and health outcomes.

To view the 2021 CHIP, click here

To view the 2022 update to the CHIP, click here

Community Health Assessment/Community Health Improvement Plan Feedback Survey

We want your feedback!
Take our 5-minute survey.

If you are a part of the Clermont County community, we want your input. Input from community members is vital to identifying and addressing the community’s needs. Please take a moment to fill out our anonymous survey about health issues affecting Clermont County.