2022 Community Health Survey
Johnson County Public Health’s HealthyJoCo, along with community partners, want to know how those who live, work, learn, and play in Johnson County are doing. This survey will cover questions on physical and mental health, immunizations, health behaviors, food security, finances, housing, and more.
Take the survey today by clicking here
2022 Heat Vulnerability Assessment
Increasing temperatures is only one aspect of many climate change effects. The effects of heat on health is measured in this assessment to serve as a baseline for Johnson County and drive future climate resilience efforts.
Learn more about climate effects on health here: cdc.gov/climateandhealth/effects
2022 Community Partners Assessment
The Community Partners Assessment allows partners to “look critically within their own systems and processes, reflect on their role in the community’s health and well-being, and understand the degree to which they are addressing or perpetuating health inequities across a spectrum of action ranging from the individual to systemic and structural levels” (Clayton, 2020). The domains embedded in this assessment are Health Equity Capacity, Community Engagement, Resources, Community Linkages, Leadership, as well as Data Access and Systems.