Cobb and Douglas Public Health facilitates collaborative partnerships in each county, bringing together community organizations dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyles and improving the delivery of essential health services.

No matter who you are, there are opportunities to partner to improve the community in which you, work, live or play!

  • Steering Committees – A cross-sector group of community leaders overseeing the strategic planning process within each county. Steering committee members are responsible for guiding, advising and bringing resources to both the Community Health Assessment (CHA) and Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP).
  • Implementation Teams – Organizations and community members engaged in planning, facilitating and evaluating the initiatives of the partnership.
  • Workgroups Individual teams dedicated to implementing the evidence-based initiatives highlighted within the county’s Community Health Improvement Plan. We are looking for workgroup members who have community knowledge and a desire to advocate for a healthier county! The workgroups provide a space for partners to network and collaborate on shared goals and objectives.
Cobb2020 Partnership

The Cobb 2020 Partnership

Vision: Cobb2020 Community Voices Improving Healthy Choices

Values: Innovative and integrated partnerships that promote wellness and prevention, and sustain quality of life.

Current Strategic Issues:

  1. To reduce the prevalence of overweight and obesity.
  2. To reduce the prevalence of tobacco use.
  3. To improve access to quality health services for the medically underserved population.

How to Get Involved:

Live Healthy Douglas

Live Healthy Douglas

Mission: To create an environment of wellness through community collaboration, advocacy and education.

Vision: Healthy People, Safe Environment, Engaged Community

Values: Comprehensiveness, Accessibility, Sustainability & Empowerment – “CASE”

Current Strategic Issues:

  1. To reduce the occurrence of overweight and obesity.
  2. To expand the ease of access to services.

How to Get Involved: