Texas Health Community Impact

Texas Health Community Impact uses cross-sector collaborative grants to address local community needs in resourceful and innovative ways. This data-driven, outcomes-focused approach pinpoints North Texas ZIP codes most in need of our help and drives how we engage with leaders, influencers and existing resources within those underserved areas. Together, we’re responding to health disparities, eliminating root causes of chronic disease and providing tools that instill life-long health and well-being.


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About Texas Health Community Impact
  • Honors and Awards Received by Texas Health Community Impact
  • Texas Health Community Impact Regions
    • The major engine to deploy Texas Health Community Impact in our communities is the Texas Health Community Health Improvement department, which oversees five unique regional Texas Health Community Impact Leadership Councils that represent counties in the Texas Health service area.
    • The Councils are comprised of community leaders responsible for recommending outcome-driven programs and collaborations.
    • The Councils are instrumental in determining priority areas of focus to invest Texas Health and community resources. The major steps undertaken by the community-led volunteer councils, with the support of Texas Health, are the following:
      • Identify target communities (ZIP code level prioritization, sub-population identification)
      • Identify community health needs (community readiness assessments/windshield surveys; focus groups)
      • Build focused, community-based approach to tackle health priorities
      • Create sound metrics to measure results of our community investment
    • The result of this work is a community-driven implementation plan to improve community health in each of the five regions. The plans guide Texas Health in its work and investment in those regions.
    • For additional information regarding the regional Texas Health Community Impact Leadership Councils, please contact THCI-Grants@TexasHealth.org.
  • Other Texas Health Community Health Improvements Departments

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