Local Health Data
Local Health Data and Reports
• 2017 Health and Human Services Annual Report
• 2016 Health and Human Services Annual Report
•2016 Public Health Annual Report Summary
• 2015 Health and Human Services Annual Report
• 2015 Public Health Annual Report Summary
• 2014 Health and Human Services Annual Report
• 2014 Public Health Annual Report Summary
• 2013 Health and Human Services Annual Report
• 2013 Public Heath Annual Report Summary
• 2012 Public Health Annual Report
• 2012 Public Health Annual Report Summary
• 2011 Public Health Annual Report
• 2010 Public Health Annual Report
Kandiyohi - Renville Counties 2015 Data Book (Combined)
Kandiyohi County 2015 Data Book
Renville County 2015 Data Book
The 2010 Southwest/South Central Adult Health Survey was conducted to learn about the health and health habits - - nutrition, physical activity, and tobacco use -- of residents living in 19 counties in southwest and southcentral Minnesota (Big Stone, Blue Earth, Brown, Chippewa, Cottonwood, Jackson, Kandiyohi, Lac qui Parle, Le Sueur, Lincoln, Lyon, Murray, Nicollet, Pipestone, Redwood, Renville, Swift, Waseca, and Yellow Medicine Counties. Wilder Research conducted the survey between April and July 2010. It was sponsored by eight public health agencies, and funded by the Minnesota Department of Health as part of the Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP), which aims to help Minnesotans live longer, healthier lives by reducing the burden of chronic disease. The following reports were prepared:
2011 Kandiyohi County Demographic & Economic Profile prepared by the Minnesota Department of Employment & Economic Development (DEED).
Minnesota Student Survey webpage (1992 through current report)
2010 Minnesota Student Survey (Minnesota Department of Health link) The Minnesota Student Survey is conducted every three years among three populations of students in Minnesota public schools: students in regular public schools, including charter schools and tribal schools (grades 6, 9, and 12 only) students in alternative schools and Area Learning Centers (all grades) students in juvenile correctional facilities (all grades).
The survey asks questions about activities, experiences, and behaviors. Topics covered include tobacco, alcohol and drug use, school climate, physical activity, violence and safety, connections with school and family, health, and other topics. Questions about sexual activity are asked only of high school students. The survey is administered jointly by the Minnesota Departments of Education, Health, Human Services, and Public Safety.
Reports available on the Minnesota Department of Health web site include: Trend reports, 1992-2010 Statewide tables for 2004, 2007 and 2010 County tables for 2004, 2007 and 2010 Regional tables for 2004, 2007 and 2010 Special reports on selected topics.
2001 Minnesota Student Survey report links can be found on the Minnesota Department of Health website: http://www.health.state.mn.us/divs/chs/mss/ MSS 2001 Minnesota Dept. of Education Attention: Non-MDH link. For further information, contact: E-mail: email@example.com
Healthy People provides science-based, 10-year national objectives for improving the health of all Americans. For 3 decades, Healthy People has established benchmarks and monitored progress over time in order to:
- Encourage collaborations across communities and sectors.
- Empower individuals toward making informed health decisions.
- Measure the impact of prevention activities.
Introducing Healthy People 2020
Healthy People 2020 continues in this tradition with the launch on December 2, 2010 of its ambitious, yet achievable, 10-year agenda for improving the Nation’s health. Healthy People 2020 is the result of a multiyear process that reflects input from a diverse group of individuals and organizations. Read the press release for the Healthy People 2020 launch. [PDF - 149 KB]
Vision: A society in which all people live long, healthy lives.
Mission: Healthy People 2020 strives to:
- Identify nationwide health improvement priorities.
- Increase public awareness and understanding of the determinants of health, disease, and disability and the opportunities for progress.
- Provide measurable objectives and goals that are applicable at the national, State, and local levels.
- Engage multiple sectors to take actions to strengthen policies and improve practices that are driven by the best available evidence and knowledge.
- Identify critical research, evaluation, and data collection needs.
- Attain high-quality, longer lives free of preventable disease, disability, injury, and premature death.
- Achieve health equity, eliminate disparities, and improve the health of all groups.
- Create social and physical environments that promote good health for all.
- Promote quality of life, healthy development, and healthy behaviors across all life stages.
Minnesota enjoys one of the strongest economies in the nation. However, too many of our neighbors are not sharing in the state's economic success. Minnesota’s economic future depends on all of Minnesota’s workforce reaching their full potential and be being able to make ends meet. Catholic Charities of Saint Paul and Minneapolis and the Minnesota Budget Project have worked together to create this portfolio of maps to answer questions such as “Where is our fight against poverty most needed?” and “Where do Minnesotans have less education, higher unemployment, or lower incomes?” These are important questions to discuss in our communities so that we can build a strong economic future for all of us.
In this portfolio there are 10 maps. These maps are titled:
- Many Minnesotans Have High Housing Costs
- Not All Minnesotans are Prepared for Good Jobs
- Poverty in Minnesota: Where is the Greatest Need?
- Children Living in Poverty
- Young Adults Living in Poverty
- Elder Insecurity: Appearances are Deceiving
- Persons of Color More Likely to Live in Poverty
- Many Minnesotans are Out of Work
- Income Inequality Across Minnesota
- Lower Incomes in Much of Greater Minnesota
Explore these issues further in our Mapping Minnesota blogs.
Southwest, South Central Minnesota, and Kandiyohi County Regional Health Status Report This report was commissioned by Region 6 Local Public Health Association, coalition of the 27 county members of the Southwest and Southcentral Regions of Minnesota for the purpose of identifying health status indicators that could aid in the evaluation of the population’s wellbeing. In the pages that follow, 65 indicators are presented for regional and state levels. The report is divided into 13 subsections: Demographics, Economic Status, Education, Natality, Mortality, Health Behaviors, Chronic Conditions, Infectious Disease, Unintentional Injury, Mental Health, Violence, Healthcare Access, and Environmental Health. The following counties make up the Southwest/Southcentral (SW/SC) Regions: Big Stone, Blue Earth, Brown, Chippewa, Cottonwood, Faribault, Jackson, Kandiyohi, Lac Qui Parle, Le Sueur, Lincoln, Lyon, McLeod, Martin, Meeker, Murray, Nicollet, Nobles, Pipestone, Redwood, Renville, Rock, Sibley, Swift, Waseca, Watonwan, and Yellow Medicine.
2002-2003 Community Health Service Plan Update (2 Year)
2003 Kandiyohi County Eliminating Health Disparities Survey 2003
2002 Regional Health Profile Summary
2002 Regional Health Profile: Kandiyohi County
2002 Regional Health Profile: 27 Counties
2000-2003 Community Health Services Plan
2000-2003 Community Health Services Plan Executive Summary
1998-1999 Community Health Service Plan: 2 Year Update
1998 Regional Health Profile Summary
1998 Regional Health Profile: 27 County Report
1998 Regional Health Profile: Kandiyohi County Report
1998 Regional Health Profile : Southwest District Report
1998 Regional Health Profile: South Central District Report
1996-1999 Community Health Services Plan
1992-1995 Community Health Services Plan