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Our Mission

 To implement policies, systems, and environments that

produce measurable improvements in health

through collaboration, alignment, and leveraged resources

"Health is about more than healthcare." 

Fresno Community Health Improvement Partnership


FCHIP PSA January/February 2018


Thank you to JP Marketing for this PSA that coincided with the launch of FCHIP's 10-Year Strategic Priorities. 

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"80% of health outcomes are not tied to

healthcare," stated Dr. Peter Long, CEO & President of the Blue Shield Foundation of California and keynote speaker at the FCHIP Inaugural State of Our Health Breakfast on January 26th.


We know that factors like concentrated poverty, low educational attainment, 

2018 FCHIP ​The State of Our Health Breakfast ​Presenting Partner

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 A structured and enduring platform 

 where people and organizations are

working collectively across sectors 

to build a culture of health 

and improve the well-being 

of all residents in Fresno County  

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FCHIP Workgroups

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Quarterly Convening 


Thank you to those who attended the March Quarterly Convening. Click here to view the Director of Fresno County Department of Behavioral Health, Dawan Utecht's presentation. 


See you at the next quarterly convening scheduled for:


June 27, 2018

11:30am - 1:30pm

​UC Merced Fresno Center, Inyo Kern Rm.
550 E. Shaw Ave, Fresno, CA 93710


​This meeting is generously sponsored by our partners at CalViva Health.



 







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neglected neighborhoods combined with low wage jobs, high housing costs, food insecurity and chronic disease are critical factors.


Partners of FCHIP believe complex health issues and health inequities can be effectively addressed by upstream, dynamic, and generative policies, programs, and initiatives. 

     

Traditional and non-traditional partners in every sector are stepping up to use their strengths to enhance and expand this region-wide approach to population health by participating in FCHIP's collective impact work.   


​ As leaders, advocates and community members for a thriving community, our chances to create a healthy community will come by joining together and acting strategically to ensure long-lasting impactful change. 


FCHIP

Our Vision

"Fresno County named one of California's top ten healthiest places to live"

(Fresno Bee headline, 2028)​