MADISON COUNTY PARTNERSHIP FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH
The Madison County Partnership for Community Health (MCPCH) is the voice of community health for Madison County residents. Our mission is to work together as interested individuals, professionals, and organizations to improve the health status of residents of Madison County by helping to create, promote, and maintain healthy environments and lifestyles through education, understanding, and action. Any community member or agency can join MCPCH to assist with identifying health concerns and working on solutions to address them. MCPCH works to accomplish the health priorities that are identified and established every five years in the Madison County Community Health Plan. Priorities are determined following an extensive community needs assessment. The health priorities for 2011-2016 are obesity, teen pregnancy, mental health, substance use and abuse, and air quality/environment. MCPCH forms action committees based on the priority areas. These committees meet monthly to work on their plan to impact the health issue. Come help make a healthy difference for yourself, your family, your neighbors and all of Madison County. Visit our MCPCH Page and Call today to find out more, and we’ll see you at the next meeting!
If improving the health of Madison County citizens is important to you, consider joining the citizens, health professionals and agencies who work together as the Madison County Partnership for Community Health. To join a committee or for more information about MCPCH, click here or call (618) 692-7040 ext. 6087.