MAPP


Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnership (MAPP)

MAPP Report

Spotlight

The MAPP Committee conducts monthly meeting every second Tuesday of each month at the Leon County Health Department Roberts and Stevens Clinic site, 1515 Old Bainbridge Road from 2:00-4:00.

 

Community Health Status Assessment (HSA)

An assessment of a community’s health typically includes a profile of the community’s population and characteristics. From there, mortality and morbidity indicators for the general population, as well as specific populations that experience a higher burden of disease and death, are reviewed. Prevention indicators are also an important component to consider. MAPP’s Community Health Status Assessment seeks to answer the questions:

• How healthy are our residents?

• What does the health status of our community look like?

 

MAPP Newsletter

Community Profile

Access to Care

Additional Indicators

Leon Indicators on Diversity by Race

 

 

Capital Coalition for Health

Forging Strong Partnerships

to Promote

Healthy Living

Our Vision

 

Leon County communities will distinguish themselves as collaborative, civically-engaged and accountable. These will be communities where residents and leaders support health based policies that ensure the healthy choice is the easy choice; where residents can live, work, and play in a safe and healthy environment; and where every resident has

access to affordable and equitable health care resources.

What is MAPP? 

Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnership (MAPP) is a community-driven strategic planning process for improving community health.  Facilitated by public health leaders, this process helps communities apply strategic planning to prioritize public health   issues and identify resources to address them.  MAPP is not an agency-focused process; rather it is an interactive process that can improve efficiency, effectiveness, and ultimately the performance of the local public health system.

Capital Coalition for Health

American Heart Association

Big Bend Cares

Bond Community Health Center

Capital Health Plan

City of Tallahassee

Damayan Garden Project

Department of Children and Families

Disc Village

ECHO

FAMU

Florida  Department of Health

Florida A&M, Dept. of Social Work

Florida State University

Frenchtown Revitalization Council

Get Outdoors Florida!

Leon County

Leon County Health Department

Leon County Schools

Leon County Sheriff’s Office

Neighborhood Health Services

NW and Big Bend Health Council

Office of Minority Health

Seven Hills Health & Rehab

Tallahassee Memorial Hospital

The Foundation for Leon County Schools

United Healthcare

WCTV

Whole Child Leon

Working Well

YMCA

Zonta International

 

 

Our Values 

 

Leon County: 

Will invest in the health and well-being of all residents

· Will model healthy and active lifestyles

· Will advocate for equitable and transparent health-based policies

Community Health Status Assessment

This first assessment was held at the Roberts and Steven Clinic site at Old Bainbridge Road on September 13th. This was a comprehensive review of demographic and health status data, including analysis of health disparities among subpopulations. This assessment answers the questions:

· How healthy are our residents?

· What is the health status of our community?

 

 Key findings included:

· Sexually Transmitted Diseases

· Cancer

· Infant Mortality

· Chronic Diseases

· Obesity

· Diabetes

· Heart Disease

· Stroke

· Motor Vehicle crashes