Healthy Minnesota Partnership
The Healthy Minnesota Partnership brings community partners and the Minnesota Department of Health together to improve the health and quality of life for individuals, families, and communities in Minnesota.
The Healthy Minnesota Partnership has been charged with developing a statewide health improvement plan around strategic initiatives that ensure the opportunity for healthy living for all Minnesotans, and that engages multiple sectors and communities across the state to implement the plan.
Subscribing to the Healthy Minnesota Partnership email list will allow you to stay abreast of new Partnership developments, including new information on the Statewide Health Assessment and Statewide Health Improvement Plan.
Meetings and materials: Read on for meeting summaries and upcoming meeting dates.
Statewide health assessment: The 2017 Minnesota Statewide Health Assessment gives us a picture of health and well-being across the state of Minnesota and within our communities.
Discussions: Statewide health assessment: This discussion guide will provide guidance for preparing and leading small group discussions about health.
Statewide health improvement framework: The Healthy Minnesota 2022: Statewide Health Improvement Framework is an approach to advancing health equity that focuses on improving the conditions that create health.
Narratives and health equity: Expanding the conversation: Using a public narrative approach can help us expand conversations with our partners across sectors, to include the social and economic conditions that shape health and well-being, and to suggest actions to advance health equity.
Publications: Read on for Healthy Minnesota Partnership annual reports.
About the Partnership: The Healthy Minnesota Partnership is charged with developing public health priorities, goals, objectives and strategies to improve the health of all Minnesotans and to ensure ownership of these in communities across the state of Minnesota.
If you have questions about the Healthy Minnesota Partnership, please contact the Minnesota Department of Health staff below.
The Healthy Minnesota Partnership is partially funded by the following: PHHS Preventive Block Grant No. 2B01DP009029-10; the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, through John Snow, Inc. (JSI), July 2011-June 2012; and Cooperative Agreement Number CD10-1011 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of any of the above funding organizations.