Final CHNA Reports

Below are the 16 county and one statewide Maine Shared Community Health Needs Assessment Reports for 2022.

2022 County reports

2022 State Report

2022 State Report (PDF)

This report has two sections. One section includes descriptions of the top four identified needs from across the state. The other section includes the unique findings from events held in collaboration with just some of Maine’s communities who struggle with health disparities. These communities include:

  • Black or African American
  • People who are deaf or hard of hearing
  • People who live with a disability
  • Maine’s immigrant population
  • Homeless or formerly homeless
  • LGBTQ+ community
  • People with low income
  • People with a mental health diagnosis
  • Older adults
  • Youth

Hospital Implementation Strategies:

Please visit the Data Health Profile page for city, county, and district health profiles, as well as health equity data sheets. Note the Interactive Data Portal contains the most up-to-date data available.

Below are the 2018-2019 Maine Shared Community Health Needs Assessment Reports.

Below are the 2015-2016 CHNA reports, previously known as the Shared Health Needs Assessment and Planning Process (SHNAPP) Reports.

State Report:

County Reports:

2016 District Public Health Improvement Plans

To locate the District Health Improvement Plans, visit the Local Public Health Districts page and follow the link to each of Maine's Public Health Districts. On each Public Health District's home page, click the, "District Coordinating Council" link in the left navigation bar, then click on the "District Health Improvement Plan".