Community Health Needs


Community Health Needs

Community Health Needs | Summit Healthcare | Show Low, AZ


In January 2018, a group in Navajo County joined together to conduct community health planning for Navajo County. Led by staff from the Navajo County Public Health Services District (NCPHSD), participants from many agencies began the Mobilizing Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) process, a “community-driven strategic planning process for improving community health.”

The process includes multiple phases including organizing the group, creating a vision, assessing the community’s health, identifying issues, developing goals and strategies, and putting those strategies into action. The end goal is to create a public health system in which all organizations are coordinated and communicating with each other to make the system as efficient and effective as possible.


Community Participants

  • ChangePoint Integrated Health
  • Navajo County Public Health Services District
  • North Country Healthcare
  • Northeastern Arizona Innovative Workforce Solutions
  • Northland Pioneer College
  • Summit Healthcare
  • Tribal nations (White Mountain Apache Tribe, Hopi Tribe, Navajo Nation)
  • Business owners
  • School and social workers
  • Behavioral health agencies
  • Non-profit agencies
  • Senior living
  • Governmental organizations
  • Law enforcement and Fire
  • Planning and development

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