Connecting veterans and their families who are homeless or at risk of being homeless to services
Connecting individuals with food insecurity in South Phoenix to locally-grown produce that would otherwise go to waste
Ultimate CHIP Goals
By 2020, we will increase the number of providers by (# TBD) within (# TBD) of the lowest life expectancy zones in Maricopa County who are using a recommended Standard of Practice for closed-loop referrals to organizations addressing health-related social needs.
By 2023, we will increase the number of providers by (# TBD) and a minimum of 1 community-based organization for each health-related social need category, within (# TBD) of the lowest life expectancy zones that are utilizing a centralized closed-loop referral platform.
By 2023, we will add 100 food outlets offering locally-grown produce to residents in low-income, low-access areas in Maricopa County.
General meetings of the Health Improvement Partnership of Maricopa County (HIPMC) are free to attend and open to community partners. These meetings allow partners to:
Share information, provide technical support, and exchange ideas
Promote cross-sectored networking and capacity-building
Provide updates to ongoing community health improvement initiatives
Identify opportunities for leveraging of resources through collaboration and reducing overlap in services and/or approaches