CHAPS is a coordinated public health improvement planning process across the state of Colorado. Local public health agencies and their partners (e.g. community organizations, hospitals, local government, education, transportation, housing, law enforcement, etc.) are all using similar processes to assess population and environmental health, assess capacity, determine priorities, develop action plans and implement their public health improvement plans. They may not be on the exact same timeline (see the CHAPS status map), however, it is similar enough to collect and analyze local priorities to better understand the breadth and depth of priority areas across the state. This is especially important in the years when the state health assessment and plan overlap with local efforts. Efforts are made to connect local level priorities, goals and strategies to inform the state process.
2017-2025 Local priorities and summary products
Shows the priorities selected by each local public health agency and regional partnership during the second assessment and planning cycle, along with agency contact information.
- Summary products
Once all the priorities and strategies have been collected, summary products will be created and shared with local public health agencies.
- Behavioral health: Top priority and dozens of solutions happening in Colorado communities across the state. 2019 Public Health in the Rockies poster session.
2011-2018 Local priorities and summary products
The documents below show the priorities chosen and strategies from approximately 2011-2018.
Shows the priorities selected by each local public health agency during the first assessment and planning cycle (approximately 2011-2017), along with agency contact information during the time period.
Shows which Winnable Battles are represented in priorities chosen by local communities across the state during the first assessment and planning cycle (approximately 2011-2017). For best results, open the downloaded file in Adobe Acrobat, not your browser window.
Shows which LPHAs have prioritized or chosen priorities that are inclusive of each Colorado Winnable Battle during the first assessment and planning cycle (approximately 2011-2017).
- Colorado's Winnable Battles: Local strategies spreadsheet
- Colorado's Winnable Battles: Local strategy maps
This series of maps shows the strategies being implemented among local communities that have prioritized each Winnable Battle area for their public health improvement plan during the first assessment and planning cycle (approximately 2011-2017). For best results, open the downloaded file in Adobe Acrobat, not your browser window.
- Clean air map
- Clean water map
- Infectious disease prevention map
- Injury prevention map
- Mental health and substance abuse map
- Obesity map
- Oral health map
- Safe food map
- Tobacco map
- Unintended pregnancy map
Related historical resources