A Community Health Impact Assessment of the Santiam Canyon: One Year After the 2020 Labor Day Wildfires

Year: 2021

This community health assessment project was conducted to examine the ongoing physical and mental health needs of wildfire survivors in the affected communities of the Santiam Canyon, following the 2020 Santiam wildfires. The study focused on five key health determinants: environmental health, housing, mental and behavioral health, food security, and personal health, with the aim of identifying needs created by the wildfires and providing recommendations for addressing these needs, such as water quality testing, mental health provider support, and monitoring of food insecurity.

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