Central Florida Collaborative Community Health Needs Assessment 2022
The Central Florida Collaborative (CFC) Community Health Needs Assessment reflects the dedication, compassion and insight of a highly diverse set of organizations. Collectively (and individually) CFC organizations focus on embracing the community, learning their stories and working diligently to meet a broad set of health and community needs.
Lake County Community Health Improvement Plan 2023-2023
A community health improvement plan is a long-term, systematic effort to address public health concerns in a community. The plan is based on the results of community health needs assessment (CHNA), and is part of a community health improvement process.
Florida State Health Improvement Plan
In support of the 2022-2026 State Health Improvement Planning process, the 2021 State Health Assessment Data Book was created to provide data about Florida’s health status.
Healthy People 2030
Healthy People 2030 provides 10-year, measurable public health objectives — and tools to help track progress toward achieving them. Click the image below to review the objectives and data by topic.
Social Determinants of Health (World Health Organization)
The programs we fund align with categories of Social Determinants of Health, a model of the components that affect personal health.
A recent study conducted by Lake County revealed an urgent need for local healthcare options to:
- Treat obesity
- Treat diabetes
- Treat substance abuse
- Increase local access to primary care (medical, dental, Rx)
- Increase access to better food and nutrition
Working closely with Orlando Health and South Lake Hospital, we identify and fund programs and initiatives that:
- Answer these and other needs
- Are located here in South Lake County, making it easier for local residents to get quality healthcare
There is a great need for more mental health services in South Lake County—and the Live Well Foundation is working to provide them. Among our goals are:
- Significant reductions in the percentages South Lake County youth and adults with mental health issues
- Significant reductions in annual emergency room visits