Annual Department Reports

Live Well Boone County Reports

In 2013, Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services (PHHS) underwent a 16-month process with the goal of completing a comprehensive community health assessment (CHA). The findings of the CHA would inform the development of a community health improvement plan (CHIP). As part of the CHIP development, the community health improvement process was branded as Live Well Boone County. This branding is used as part of the 2018 process as well. For the purposes of this process, PHHS adopted the Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnership (MAPP) model. MAPP was created by the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Public Health Program Practice Office. Due to the success of that process, PHHS decided to use the MAPP framework again during the development of the 2018 CHA and CHIP. MAPP is a six-phase, community-driven process. Phase One: Organize for Success/Partnership Development involves two critical and interrelated activities: organizing the planning process and developing the planning partnership. The purpose of this phase is to structure a planning process that builds commitment, engages participants as active partners, uses participants’ time efficiently, and results in a plan that can be realistically implemented. This phase identifies who should be involved and how the partnership will approach and organize the process. During this time, the framework for the process was decided and the support structure identified. Phase One concluded with the formation of the MAPP Core Plus team, the Live Well Boone County Community Health Partnership, and the Steering Committee.
2018 Columbia/Boone County Community Health Assessment


Animal Control Annual Reports

The 2018 Animal Control Annual Report

Environmental Health Annual Reports

2018 Environmental Health Annual Report 

Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance Reports

2018 Boone County Sexually Transmitted Disease Summary

Communicable Disease Surveillance Reports

Communicable Disease Summary 2018

Flu (Influenza) Surveillance Reports

2017-2018 Flu Season Report Cover 2017-2018 School-Based Flu Vaccination Program Report Coveropens IMAGE file  

Prescription Drug Monitoring Program