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School of Health Sciences and Wellness Neighborhood Health Partnerships

Delivering local health data to inspire action

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

Partnership History

The 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. 

Impact in your neighborhood

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.

Connect with us

Contact Corey Huck to discuss this program, submitting a report and/or complete the NHP report request survey below.
Corey Huck

Corey Huck

  • Professor – Health Sciences and Wellness