Greater Fargo-Moorhead Community Health Collaborative
The purpose of the Greater Fargo-Moorhead Community Health Needs Assessment Collaborative (GFMCHNAC) is to develop a view of the population’s health and the prevalence of disease and health issues within the specified service area of Cass County, North Dakota and Clay County, Minnesota.
Several components comprise the overall assessment so far, such as county health profiles and indicator maps of five states, special population profiles, and surveys of community leaders and residents. Survey instruments and information about data collection methods are also provided in a toolkit section.
County Health Profiles
Special Population Profiles
2012 Greater Fargo-Moorhead Community Health Needs Assessment of Community Leaders
2012 Greater Fargo-Moorhead Community Health Needs Assessment of Residents
2012 Greater Fargo-Moorhead Community Health Needs Assessment of American Indians
- Ramona Danielson and Donna Grandbois, Including American Indian Residents in a Community Health Needs Assessment: A Step Toward Development of Culturally Appropriate Care, poster presentation, April 2015
- Ramona Danielson, “Community Health Needs Assessment Survey Results for American Indian Residents of the Greater F-M Area,” presentation to the Fargo Native American Commission, June 2014; presentation for MPH 773: Cultural Competence in Indian Health, January 2015
- Dr. Donna Grandbois, "Community Engaged Research," presentation at the Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health Annual Summit, June 2014
- Dr. Donald Warne, “F-M American Indian Community-Sponsored Health Needs Assessment,” presentation at the GFMCHNA Key Stakeholders Meeting," June 2013
Data are also available on the Sanford Health website and on the Essentia Health website
Ideas at Work in the Greater Fargo-Moorhead Community