The Greater Waterbury Health Improvement
Partnership led a comprehensive Community
Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) to
evaluate the health needs of individuals
living in and around Waterbury beginning in 2012.
The partnership consisted of Saint Mary’s Hospital,
Waterbury Hospital, Waterbury Department of
Public Health, the City of Waterbury, the StayWell
Health Center, the Connecticut Community Foundation,
the United Way, and other community partners.
The purpose of the assessment was to gather information
about local health needs and health behaviors.
The Greater Waterbury Health Improvement Partnership is
committed to the people it serves and the communities where
they reside. Healthy communities lead to lower health care costs,
robust community partnerships, and an overall enhanced quality
of life. This CHNA Final Summary Report serves as a compilation
of the overall findings of each research component.
A PDF of the results from the community health assessment
can be found by clicking here.