"What is MAPP?
Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) is a community-wide strategic planning tool for improving community health. Facilitated by public health leadership, this tool helps communities prioritize public health issues and identify resources for addressing them.
MAPP includes two graphics that illustrate the process communities will undertake.
Please click on the 18-month Timeline (pdf Format) link to view the MAPP's timeline.
Organize for Success/Partnership Development: To initiate the MAPP process, lead organizations in the community begin by organizing themselves and preparing to implement MAPP (Organize for Success/Partnership Development). Community-wide strategic planning requires a high level of commitment from partners, stakeholders, and the community residents who are recruited to participate....More>>>
Forces of Change Assessment focuses on identification of forces such as legislation, technology, and other issues that affect the context in which the community and its public health system operates....More>>>
Identify Strategic Issues: During this phase, participants identify linkages between the MAPP assessments to determine the most critical issues that must be addressed for the community to achieve its vision....More>>>
Action Cycle: This is the final phase of MAPP. During this phase, participants plan, implement, and evaluate. These activities build upon one another in a continuous and interactive manner and ensure continued success"....More>>>
Watch MAPP Video
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Source: National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO)
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Introduction to MAPP
Organize for Success/Partnership Development
MAPP Vision & Value Statement
Community Themes and Strengths Assessment
Local Public Health System Assessment
Community Health Status Assessment
Forces of Change Assessment
Identify Strategic Issues
Formulate Goals and Strategies
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Calendar of Events
Strategic Issue Teams (SITs)
->Access to Healthcare
->Prevention of Chronic Disease
->Prevention of Communicable Disease