The Crawford Partnership is an active member of the Crawford County Health Partners. The Crawford County Health Partners, established in 2016, is comprised of business, agencies, and individuals working in collaboration to identify, target, and reduce health issues throughout Crawford County. The group leads the crucial effort of creating the Community Health Assessment and the Community Health Improvement Plan, which are documents that highlight the strengths and needs of Crawford County, so that organizations involved in the assessment process can make sound decisions using the best available data. These plans help identify unmet needs, increase access to services, and provide insight into the best ways to improve the quality of life for people in Crawford County. Creation and implementation of this comprehensive Community Health Assessment is the result of a strong commitment by dedicated community partners working together to improve the health and quality of life of Crawford County/Galion City residents.
The health assessment gives a snapshot of our community as well as a comparison to the state of Ohio and our nation. For the 2022 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHA), click here.
Find the most recent CHIP here.
The Crawford County Health Partners work collaboratively with the Galion City Health Department, Crawford County Public Health, Crawford-Marion County ADAMH Board, Avita Health System, Crawford County Board of Developmental Disabilities, Together We Hurt, Together We Heal, The Community Foundation for Crawford County, Galion City Schools, Galion Community Center YMCA, United Way of Crawford County, and many more.
Additionally, the Crawford Partnership works closely with our prevention efforts throughout Crawford County.
To engage or inquire about our prevention coalition efforts, please contact Erin Stine at firstname.lastname@example.org.