Mayo Clinic Health System - Southeast Minnesota


In Southeast Minnesota, Community Engagement builds and sustains relationships in the communities where we serve patients and where our employees live and work. These relationships are vital to sustain Mayo Clinic as the trusted health care provider and committed community partner.

The Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) identifies priority issues that shape community engagement.

To request support for your nonprofit endeavor, please review the information below carefully and choose the appropriate application form in the box at the top right corner of this page.

2016-2019 CHNA Priorities:


Austin
  1. Family Dynamics
  2. Illegal Chemical Use
  3. Nutrition and Exercise
Albert Lea
  1. Mental Wellness
  2. Healthy Eating
  3. Chronic Disease Prevention
  4. Dental Care
Cannon Falls, Lake City and Red Wing
  1. Obesity
  2. Mental Health
  3. Health Behaviors
Owatonna and Faribault
  1. Mental Health and Addiction
  2. Chronic Disease
  3. Healthy Aging
Employee and Community Health
  1. Injury Prevention
  2. Immunizations
  3. Overweight, Obesity and Physical Activity
  4. Mental Health
  5. Financial Stress

To carry out this work, Mayo Clinic collaborates with community stakeholders, develops and implements programs, and participates in activities that improve the health of our communities and address the social determinants of health.

Community Giving


Mayo Clinic supports the communities it serves through a robust community giving program that aims to improve the health and well-being of the community, enable community capacity building and/or sustainability and address social determinants of health for improved quality of life.

Specific guidelines in Southeast Minnesota ensure that requests from organizations asking for support in the form of money, in-kind services or sponsorship of special events align with Mayo Clinic’s mission, not-for-profit requirements, values, strategic objectives and budget.