In December 2022, Yuba County Public Health completed the Yuba County Community Health Assessment (CHA). This assessment provided insight on the overall health and wellbeing of all Yuba County residents. As a result, three health priority areas were identified that serve as the foundation for the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP):
- Healthcare Access
- Mental Health Access
- Safe Neighborhoods and Built Environments
The Yuba County Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) is a long term, systematic plan to address health issues identified in the 2022 Yuba County Community Health Assessment (CHA). The purpose of the CHIP is to provide a framework to address the top three health priority areas over the next 3-5 years. The CHIP is more than just a plan; It’s a commitment to the health and well-being of Yuba County residents. With a focus on the three priority areas, the aim is to shape a healthier future for the community.
This webpage serves as a gateway to understanding the CHIP, its objectives, and the strategies that will be employed by the community to bring about positive change. Explore the CHIP summary, timeline, and health priority dashboards to learn more as we strive to make Yuba County a better place to live, work, and play.
Community Health Improvement (CHIP) Summary:
We encourage you to delve into this summary to gain insight into the heart of the mission. Whether you're a resident, a stakeholder, or an advocate for a healthier Yuba County, this summary will provide you with a clear understanding of the goals and objectives the community members are taking to achieve them.
Community Health Improvement (CHIP) Timeline:
The Yuba County CHIP is a long-term commitment to address the pressing health issues identified in our 2022 CHA. Our timeline is a dynamic representation of the progress and outlines the strategic steps we are taking to make a lasting impact. From policy changes to community engagement initiatives, every action is planned and executed to drive positive change.
For questions relating to the CHA or CHIP, please reach out to Yuba County Public Health at: