All of Burnett County and its residents will have optimal well-being.



Engage community partners and members to work collaboratively to promote the optimal well-being of Burnett County and its residents.



Since 2012, Burnett Medical Center, Burnett County Department of Health and Human Services-Public Health, and the St. Croix Tribal Health Clinic are required to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). The goal of the CHNA, completed every 3 years, is to identify the most significant health needs among Burnett County residents and to develop a community-wide plan to address the identified needs. Through the recent assessment, Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse was determined to be the single most significant health need. To address this need, the Healthy Burnett Coalition was formed in May 2013 to engage community partners in the health improvement process.



Healthy Burnett brings key community stakeholders together to align activities and resources to enhance how the community addresses identified health needs. Healthy Burnett has been meeting regularly since June 2013 and has developed a strategic action plan to improve the county’s status on the top health needs.



Healthy Burnett is continually looking for funding opportunities through grants, donations, fundraisers, etc, in order to support it’s community efforts in addressing the top health needs.

Check out Healthy Burnett’s past funding: