State of the County Health (SOTCH) Report
The State of the County Health (SOTCH) Report is an overview of selected community health indicators that affect priority health concerns for the community. This report is a state requirement for the consolidated contract and Local Health Department accreditation and is published annually in December.
State of the County Health (SOTCH) Report Summary
The SOTCH Summary is a two-page quick look at selected health indicators with comparisons to state rates and 2010 Health Objectives when available.
Community Health Assessment
The Healthy Carolinians Community Health Assessment (CHA) is conducted every four years and provides an overview of selected health indicators across the county as well as the health focus areas that have been prioritized as needing the greatest attention and action plans for addressing those areas. The CHA is a state requirement for the consolidated contract, Local Health Department accreditation and Healthy Carolinians Certification.
The Health Index is a measure for the Mecklenburg County Corporate Balanced Scorecard. It includes a list of community health indicators and Health Department resource measures with annual and 2015 goals. Comparisons with state and national rates are provided when appropriate. It is published yearly in August.