Neighborhoods across Wisconsin are working hard to improve health and health equity in their communities, but may lack local data to support their strategies, build their health improvement plans, and/or evaluate their work.
Neighborhood Health Partnerships (NHP) program was founded in 2019 as a part of the University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) to address this challenge by providing ZIP code-level data on 27 health outcome and care measures.
Your organization can acquire ZIP code-level data by submitting a request for a report through a trained NHP navigator. UW-Stevens Point is a trained NHP navigator organization and can partner with you and your organization to submit a request for a report (local data), support interpretation of the results, and provide tools for associated action planning.
to discuss this program, submitting a report and/or complete the NHP report request survey below.