As a not-for-profit hospital, Rumford Hospital contributes to communities throughout the region by analyzing the particular needs of those they serve and then developing and delivering programs to meet these needs. For more information about Rumford Hospital's community benefit activities, browse through the following documents:
In 2015, a new process of conducting a statewide community health needs assessment, called the SHNAPP (Statewide Health Needs Assessment Planning Program) was launched. County-level Community Health Needs Assessment reports were produced in 2016; going forward these reports will be used to inform community engagement and action planning by hospitals, state/local governments and other partners. Central Maine Health Care, Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems, MaineHealth and the Maine CDC are contributing financial support to the study and reports.
SHNAPP Community Engagement Reporting Form
Community engagement means people and organizations throughout Maine are sharing input about the Shared Health Needs Assessment and Planning Process (SHNAPP).
River Valley Rising - a program that provides resources and materials for community business, stakeholders, parents, adults, etc on substance abuse.