The Wyandot County Community Health Assessment is the result of mobilizing partnerships to improve community wellness and quality of life in Wyandot County.

The health assessment gives a snapshot of our community, as well as a comparison to the state and nation. It is our hope that the data presented in this report provides you valuable information for developing strategies, educating and implementing services focused on wellness, access to care, and unmet community needs. It provides additional insight into our health status, and it has the potential to play a significant role in influencing our course of action supporting health, wellness, and prevention in our community.

Comparing data from prior years will allow community partners and stake holders to quote trends, write more detailed grants, formulate strategic plans and be part of a movement that envisions "A Healthier Wyandot County."

The Wyandot County Health Alliance uses this information to strengthen its efforts to bring about healthy changes in our community. We hope this report will be a valuable tool to you as an agency or community member and encourage you to be part of the movement to improve health and wellness in this county we call home.

Upcoming Community Health Assessments

The Wyandot County Health Alliance conducts Community Health Assessments every three years. The next CHA will be completed in 2024. Surveys are sent through the mail at random to Wyandot County residents. If you receive a survey, please fill it out and return it. All answers will remain confidential and anonymous. Once all data is gathered a draft Community Health Assessment is posted for community input, questions, and observations to finalize the data. The data collected in the CHA is utilized by the health alliance as it creates Community Health Improvement Plans.

Historical Wyandot Public Health Community Health Assessments





Wyandot County Public Health is nationally accredited through the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB). Established in 2007, PHAB is the non-profit organization that administers the national accreditation program, which aims to advance and transform public health practice by championing performance improvement, strong infrastructure, and innovation.