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Riverside’s Healthcare Future: Your Voice Wanted!

Riverside Community Health Foundation seeks input on community healthcare needs

The Riverside Community Health Foundation (RCHF) has announced it is seeking community feedback on the future of healthcare services in the area. Every four years, the RCHF conducts a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) to gather public input on the most pressing health needs in the area. This year’s assessment will focus on the needs of residents in Riverside, Jurupa, Valley, Perris, Moreno Valley, Norco, and Corona.

 As part of the CHNA, the RCHF plans to hold focus groups, surveys, and key informant interviews to gather primary data on pressing health needs and disparities among different populations, including low-income, medically underserved, and minority communities. The RCHF will use the information collected to develop new initiatives and programs to improve healthcare in the area. This includes the opportunity for residents to enter weekly drawings for prizes as a token of appreciation for their participation. 

“If you are committed to improving the health and well-being of your community, just as we are at the Riverside Community Health Foundation, visit Specify how you would like to contribute to the 2024 Community Health Needs Assessment, and together, we can shape a healthier, happier, and more active community for generations to come,” said Dr. Shené Bowie-Hussey, Vice President of Strategy, Chief Strategy Officer at RCHF. 

Residents can participate in the online survey or join a focus group or interview with a community health worker. The surveys and registration information are available on the RCHF website.