National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities Heartland RHEC Blueprint
This report from the Heartland Region Health Equity Council of the National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities identifies collaborative strategies to address goals that have been developed to end health disparities. This "Blueprint" for action was created using stakeholder input from federal, regional, state and local levels. The U.S. Office of Minority Health and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provided support to the Council.
City of St. Louis Community Health Improvement Plan
This publication contains the results of a improvement plan constructed by public health partners and citywide residents pursuant to the responsibility of the City of St. Louis Department of Health's policy development core public health function.
2012 City of St. Louis Community Health Assessment
This publication is an assessment ordered by the City of St. Louis Director of Health to help understand community needs and health disparities.
Understanding Our Needs
This publication is a ZIP Code by ZIP Code look at the health of our citizens. Numerous indicators are detailed, including socioeconomic, environmental health, mortality, access to healthcare, and birth indicators.
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The City of St. Louis Department of Health regularly reports on sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the City of St. Louis. These reports detail the demographic breakdown of STDs reportable to the state.
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Lead Poisoning Annual Reports
In 2003, Mayor Slay launched the initiative to end childhood lead poisoning (CLP) in the City of St. Louis. The Department of Health produces annual reports on childhood lead poisoning in the City of St. Louis, examining a variety of factors involved with CLP.
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Child Abuse and Neglect Report
This is the Missouri Department of Social Services Children's Division Child Abuse and Neglect Calendar Year 2010 Annual Report.