Assessment Results

History

The goal of the Community Health Needs Assessment conducted every 3 years is to identify the top health needs among Burnett County residents. Each assessment involves holding a Community Health Forum where the results of the assessment are presented and community representatives in attendance will help brainstorm strategic action items regarding the identified needs.

See below for a history of the assessments.

2019 Results

The 2018-2019 Community Health Needs Assessment was presented on May 16 & 17, 2019. As a result, the top health needs were identified as, Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse, Mental/Behavioral Health, and Tobacco Use and Exposure.

2016 Results

The 2015-2016 Community Health Needs Assessment was presented on April 15, 2016. As a result, the top health needs were identified as, Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse, Mental/Behavioral Health, and Tobacco Use and Exposure.

2013 Results

The 2012-2013 Community Health Needs Assessment was presented on May 10, 2013. As a result, the top health needs were identified as, Mental/Behavioral Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse, and Nutrition and Healthy Foods.