Kenosha County Thrive: Community Health Improvement Plan
This is Kenosha County Thrive, a community-guided effort to assess the needs of Kenosha County in order to keep us healthy and thriving.
About Kenosha County Thrive
Kenosha County Thrive is a data-driven plan to continue improvements to Kenosha County’s quality of life. This Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) is championed by Kenosha County Government, Kenosha County Public Health, Aurora Healthcare, and Froedtert South.
We determine Kenosha County’s health needs through a series of data collection encompassed in the Community Health Assessment (CHA). The CHA began in the summer of 2022 and ends in the fall of 2022.
Forms of Data Collection
Kenosha County Online Survey The survey questions were written and organized in conjunction with local stakeholders and leaders.
Community Conversations We held multiple world café style community conversations in Kenosha County to hear a direct analysis of our community and expectations for the future.
Wisconsin County Health Rankings Report County Health Rankings and Roadmaps intensely analyze multiple data sources and variables to critically rank each county in Wisconsin and America in several categories. We use these rankings to compare Kenosha County to other counties in Wisconsin and similar counties across the country.
What to Expect
The CHA is currently underway! The online assessment is available here. Once the assessment closes, we will assess the results and begin the process of narrowing down our choices for the Community Health Improvement Plan, which we will begin to construct in early 2023!