UT Health Science Center is excited to partner with Episcopal Health Foundation (EHF) to further discussions, data collection, and sharing of information in an effort to build healthier communities.
Community stakeholders were invited to participate in follow-up forums during May – July that highlighted the results from last year’s East Texas Community Health Needs survey as well as provide an opportunity to discuss specific county needs. The first set of forums were held in the 11 counties that overlap both UT Health and EHF service areas (Anderson, Cherokee, Freestone, Gregg, Harrison, Houston, Marion, Panola, Rusk, Smith, and Trinity).
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When using these fact sheets, please credit the information by using this citation:
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler, The School of Community and Rural Health [UTHCTSCRH]. (2017). Improving Health in Northeast Texas, County Fact Sheet [Fact Sheet]. Retrieved from www.uthct.edu/fact-sheets
- To best identify the resources in each county we compiled an asset map which lists pertinent governmental agencies, health and social services, civic organizations and community stakeholders in 11 counties. View the interactive asset map.