Community Advisory Council
At FamilyCare Health, we want to make sure we meet the healthcare needs of our members. To reach this goal, we work with our Community Advisory Council. Members and health experts who represent diverse communities join the Community Advisory Council. They help us understand how we can create healthier communities and make lasting change.
Do you have ideas for improving health in your community? We would like to hear from you. Please think about joining our Community Advisory Council.
Note: We offer stipends, reimbursement for transportation and childcare, translation services, and more when applicable.
The Community Advisory Council helps:
- FamilyCare Health achieve its mission, values, and goals
- Share the experiences and needs of the tri-county community
- Advise FamilyCare Health how to help unserved and underserved communities by:
- Overseeing the Community Health Assessment (CHA), a process that looks at data to learn about health within a community
- Making a Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) to address health needs in our communities
- Reporting on the progress of the CHIP each year
- Conducting community outreach
Community Advisory Council members:
- Agree to be on the Community Advisory Council for 1 year
- Come to meetings each month
Want to learn more?
- View the minutes from our Community Advisory Council meetings.
- Download our Community Advisory Council Frequently Asked Questions (PDF).
- Find out who is on the Community Advisory Council
2014 Community Initiative
In May 2014, FamilyCare Health’s Board of Directors unanimously approved the Community Advisory Council’s Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP). Read the CHIP.