This grantee was part of the Center’s Shared Services Learning Community and also was part of the Center’s Small Grant Program.
Carson City and Douglas County Public Health Regional Partnership
Carson City Health and Human Services developed and implemented a CJS arrangement to deliver environmental health services to neighboring Douglas County. The effort included a detailed communications plan for Carson City employees as well as Douglas County business owners affected by the change. A branding strategy also was implemented to reflect the new city-county program. In addition, the project team developed a CJS model and implementation toolkit for neighboring jurisdictions that might be interested in pursuing similar agreements.
For the complete story, read the Center’s 2018 CJS Case Report about the site.
The Center published the following grant reports about the Carson City and Douglas County Public Health Regional Partnership:
- Summary Report: This report was published in 2015 and provides a summary of the sites activities during the time it was a demonstration site for the Center. The information in this report also is included in the more comprehensive CJS Case Report described above.
- Project Description: This report was updated in 2015 and provides a description of the initiative.The information in this report also is included in the more comprehensive CJS Case Report described above.
- Site visit report: The Center visited the site in July 2014. This report documents the activities from the site visit as well as some of the Center’s observations.
Learn more about CJS in Nevada
To learn more about the public health system and cross-jurisdictional sharing in Nevada, and to find examples of other CJS arrangements there, visit the Center’s state page about Nevada (under development).