Partnership for a Healthy Community


The Partnership for a Healthy Community is a community-driven effort to improve health and wellness in Central Illinois. Multiple organizations, sectors, and the public participate in population health planning to identify and prioritize health needs and quality of life issues, map and leverage community resources, and form effective partnerships to implement health improvement strategies in Peoria, Tazewell, and Woodford Counties. Please visit the Healthy HOI page to learn more. 

Using actionable data to identify health needs and priorities, including those related to health disparities, health inequities, and the social determinants of health, the Partnership for a Healthy Community developed the 2020-2022 Priorities.

The current Community Health Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan can be accessed here.

good food recovery

The goal of the Good Food Recovery is to improve the availability of healthy food alternative to food banks, food pantries and kitchens through donated fresh fruits vegetables.