Community Commitment

The Aspirus Health Community Health Improvement (CHI) team works to advance the Aspirus vision by being a catalyst for building healthy thriving communities. We proactively address community health needs through innovative programs and partnerships that improve population health and reduce disparities.  

Charitable Giving

Community Engagement

Community Impact

Community Partnerships & Collaborations

Environmental Sustainability

Charitable Giving and Sponsorship

Our mission is to heal people, promote health, and strengthen communities. We are committed to contributing to events and organizations that focus on addressing community health priorities. Learn more about our charitable giving and sponsorships here 

Community Health Needs Assessment

Every three years, Aspirus Health aligns resources with local area health systems and Health Departments to participate in a shared data collection process called the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). This CHNAs serve as the foundation for each hospital’s implementation strategies to improve health outcomes and reduce disparities.

Learn more about Community Health Needs Assessments and Implementation Strategies here

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Community Health and Health Equity

Our three year focus from CHNA process includes addressing health equity through the lens of mental health and substance use. Outlined below are our shared initiatives across Aspirus communities:

  • Find Community Resources

    Helping people navigate the resources that they need, especially in the areas of social determinants of health. Search and connect for support.  
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  • Expanding “Raise your Voice Clubs” 

    Partnering with schools to recognize signs of mental health. Establishing peer advocate structures for students in and out of the classroom.

  • Offering Recovery Coaching

    Connecting with individual when they present in an Aspirus hospital, a warm handoff for navigating community recovery resources.