St. Charles County MAPP

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St. Charles County MAPP logoSt. Charles County continuously ranks as one of Missouri’s healthiest counties and strives to be among the healthiest communities in the United States. The Department of Public Health is leading a county-wide effort to identify public health issues within the community and develop strategies to address those concerns. Involving individuals from many different specialties, the Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) process assesses four overarching categories:

  • Community Health Status Assessment – addressing the overall health of residents and offering a look at the area’s health status
  • Community Themes and Strengths Assessment – collecting input on issues important to St. Charles County residents
  • Local Public Health System Assessment – identifying capacity and capabilities of the local public health system
  • Forces of Change Assessment – identifying legislation, technology and other areas that affect the community’s health

The Process:

The MAPP process has been developed by the National Association of County and City Health Officials and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to build a community consensus toward the health needs of area residents. The process is divided into six stages:

  • Organizing
  • Visioning
  • Conducting assessments
  • Identifying priorities
  • Developing goals and strategies
  • Taking action
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The Survey:

To evaluate available resources and determine important issues affecting St. Charles County, an online survey is now available. Your answers will help to identify community needs and provide resources to better serve you and others. Please complete the survey yourself and invite friends and family who live in St. Charles County to provide their input as well. If you would prefer to hand-complete the survey, call 636-949-7400 to obtain a printed version.