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2020 Community 

To ensure the provision of optimal care and services to clients, federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) are required to complete community health needs assessments periodically. STEEMCC engaged CERC to complete a Comprehensive Community Health Needs Assessment (C2HNA) in 2015. The current Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)updates the initial work and provides information that will inform STEEMCC’s efforts in the areas of enhancing services to clients, determining health priorities, identifying gaps that need to be addressed, and embracing opportunities to collaborate with other providers to improve health outcomes for clients. The current CHNA sought to address seven key areas:

1. Key population information on current residents of the USVI (based on the most current Virgin Islands Community Survey [VICS]).

2. A description of the social and economic context of the USVI (addresses Economic Stability and Social and Community Context).

3. Information on households and families.

4. Documentation of the education, health, nutrition, and social services needs of children and families in the STEEMCC catchment area.

5. Documentation of the economic, social, educational, health, and environmental factors that impact eligible children and families in the STEEMCC catchment area.

6. Documentation of resources available to serve children and families in the district and catchment areas; and,

7. Delineation of the gaps, strength, and opportunities of the community and of STEEMCC.

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