The mission of Sherburne County Health and Human Services (SCHHS) is to promote and protect the health, safety, well-being, and self-sufficiency of Sherburne County residents. It is the intent of the organization to provide human service programs to the residents of Sherburne County, designed to protect and enhance the lives of vulnerable populations (such as the developmentally disabled, children in need of protective services, vulnerable adults, mentally ill, and others).
Services are tailored toward assisting individuals with normalized living as well as facilitating the highest level of functioning for individuals and families. Prevention of victimization and abuse are integral to several of our services. As a public service agency, each public assistance program is designed to provide a minimal level of family subsistence, adequate nutrition through food support, and medical care for all eligible citizens. Sherburne County human services are designed to assist individuals from public assistance to competitive employment encouraging self-sufficiency. Programs are also designed to promote and protects the health of residents through education, prevention services, regulation and advocacy.
Sherburne County Health and Human Services formed in 2011, when the social services and public health departments merged in an effort to provide greater cohesion of services, while maintaining greater fiscal responsibility of public dollars. SCHHS is an individual department, under the autonomy of the government of Sherburne County, reporting directly to the Sherburne County Board of Commissioners. Within SCHHS, there is one Director, two managers, twelve supervisors, thirteen units, and approximately one hundred and eighty four staff.
2016 Community Health Survey Results
The Community Health Survey data is one set of data used in the Community Health Assessment. We are excited to share the data with the community using an interactive format using the Tableau platform. This survey project was possible because of a multi-county, multi-health system, and community effort.
Documents that may be helpful in your review of this data include:
If you have questions, or would like more information, please contact CHS Administrator Amanda Larson by phone at (763) 765-4000 or by email.
2013 Local Public Health Assessment and Planning