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Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) is a community-wide strategic planning process for improving public health. It’s framework assists communities in prioritizing public health issues, identifying resources for addressing them and taking action to improve conditions that support healthy living. MAPP is a community owned process made up of over 80 local partners in Franklin County. 2014 began a new cycle year for evaluating our community’s health status based on MAPP’s four Assessments: Community Health Status Assessment, Community Themes and Strengths Assessment (Quality of Life Survey), Local Public Health System Assessment (National Public Health Performance Standards), and Forces of Change Assessment.ssments: Community Health Status Assessment, Community Themes and Strengths Assessment (Quality of Life Survey), Local Public Health System Assessment (National Public Health Performance Standards), and Forces of Change Assessment.

All public, private, and voluntary organizations, agencies, groups, and individuals
that have interests in population health improvement
are invited to join Franklin County MAPP Coalition 
Contact: Debbie Bell • Phone: 502.564.5559

MAPP Minutes

Aug 22, 2019

Nov 19, 2019

Feb 20, 2020

May 21, 2020

Aug 20, 2020

Nov 19, 2020

Feb 18, 2021 – Cancelled due to weather

May 20, 2021

 

 

 

We hope you take the time and review our DRAFT Community Health Assessment.

Click on the Community Health Assessment image above, to download a copy of the CHA.  Due to our PHAB Accreditation measures we request individuals to provide us with contract information so that we can be better gauge how the Community Health Assessment helps community partners. 

Download Franklin Co Health Dept  CHA

 

We also setup a MAPP CHA Community Response Form.  The form allows you to provide us with feedback, corrections, edits, resources for additional information.

link:  MAPP CHA Community Response Form