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    Fax: 303-239-7088

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  • Community Health Assessment and Improvement Plan . . . Healthy People, Healthy Places JeffcoCommunity Health Assessment Cover


    Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH), in collaboration with the Jefferson County Board of Health, Jefferson County Health Council and numerous community partners, organizations and government agencies is in the process of developing and implementing a Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP). The CHIP outlines how organizations that influence health in Jefferson County will work together over the next 5 years to fight our county’s toughest health battles.  In order to implement the plan, the Jeffco Community Health Improvement Network was established in 2015. The Network is a group of multi-disciplinary coalitions in Jefferson County working together to increase physical activity, healthy eating and psychosocial well-being among low-income families with children 0-18. For more information on the Network and the coalitions, please visit the Healthy People, Healthy Places Jeffco website.  

    We gathered input from community members and professionals about the County's greatest health concerns through community engagement meetings and an online survey. As a result, we selected physical inactivity, poor diet and psychosocial stressors as the highest priority areas to address in the County. Physical activity and healthy eating work groups were then formed and identified our target population as low-income households with children ages 0-18. View the complete Community Health Assessment.

    With our priorities selected (physical inactivity, poor diet and psychosocial stressors) and our target population selected (low-income households with children ages 0 to 18) Healthy People, Healthy Places Jeffco has paved the way for the development and implemention of strategies that all of our partners can focus on to create a healthier Jefferson County.  We look forward to continually gathering input from the public and our partners to develop and implement a CHIP that will help Jeffco residents live longer, happier and more meaningful lives.

    For more information:

     For more information or to get involved, contact Pamela Gould, JCPH Health Planner, at 303-275-7526 or

      Healthy People Healthy Places Jeffco 

    The Healthy People, Healthy Places Jeffco 2013 Community Health Assessment is the most thorough compilation of health-related data published to date about Jefferson County, Colorado. 

    Download and print your own copy of the health assessment here: 


    The Healthy People, Healthy Places community health assessment provides a comprehensive look at the overall health status of the County. The data updates our residents about health issues that cause illness, injury, loss of quality of life, and death in Jefferson County.

    Health Assessment Highlights:

    • From 2001 to 2010 there was a 59% increase in obesity rates among adults 
    • From 2001 to 2010 there was an 89% increase in diabetes among adults
    • From 2001 to 2010 there was a 30% decrease in adults who smoke
    • From 2001 to 2010 there was a decrease in Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease deaths
    • People in Jefferson County are generally healthy.
    • Jefferson County is becoming older and more ethnically diverse 


    For questions regarding the data included in this report, please contact the JCPH epidemiologist at 303-271-8393 or the JCPH Health Planner at 303-275-7526.


















    Last Updated: 11-12-2015