Peel Public Health Strategic Plan
2020 - 2029 Strategic Priorities for the Future
Peel Public Health works towards improving health and quality of life, decreasing death and disease, and reducing health inequities among population groups. Public Health has an important role and responsibility in improving the health of more than 1.7 million people in Peel.
The 2020-2029 Strategic Priorities for the Future are important to address the most significant and emerging health challenges in Peel. This plan will guide the future direction of our work and be a useful document for Peel Regional Council, staff, community partners, volunteers, and residents.
Read the 2020-2029 Strategic Priorities for the Future (PDF) or the 1 page summary (PDF).
2021-2022 Interim Strategic Priorities
Peel Public Health has issued 2021-2022 Interim Strategic Priorities to provide a strategic direction to the ongoing COVID-19 response, support recovery from unintended population health consequences of the pandemic and help understand how best to engage and support our community as the COVID-19 pandemic begins to subside. This document introduces a new strategic priority, responding to COVID-19, and adapts the five strategic priorities identified in the 2020–2029 Strategic Priorities for the Future to the context of the COIVD-19 pandemic.
Given the emphasis on equity in the 2021-2022 Interim Strategic Priorities, a more detailed update, entitled Peel Public Health and COVID-19: An Equitable and Engaged Response is available to complement the plan.
These interim strategic priorities will be continuously monitored against changes in community context and needs to determine Peel Public Health’s future readiness to resume the 2020–2029 Strategic Priorities for the Future.
Peel Public Health and COVID-19: An Equitable and Engaged Response
This report provides information about Peel Public Health’s responses to the pandemic with a particular focus on disparities and inequities in the population.