Community Health Assessments

Rillian provide consulting as well as research for communities conducting community health assessments, also known as community health needs assessments. 

Community health assessments provide valuable insights into population health indicators for a community. These assessments involve cross-sector collaborations between many different governmental agencies or departments, non-profit and/or for-profit hospitals, nonprofit organizations, businesses, schools, and members of the community. 

The next step after conducting a community health assessment is to decide on priority areas to focus on based on the assessment and then create and follow a community health improvement plan to work to improve upon these community health indicators. 

Rillian provides services to assist with any of the steps involved in conducting the CHA or the CHIP, or can assist with the entire CHA and/or CHIP, based on the clients’ needs.

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A customer buying fresh produce from a vendor at a farmer’s market. Photo © Jillian Regan Photography 2017