Health department wants residents to take part in health survey

The Livingston County Health Department (LCHD) is calling on all residents to participate in a community health survey. This is a great opportunity for residents to provide input and contribute to a larger community health improvement process.

Every five years, LCHD completes a broad assessment of our community’s health. The first step in this process involves collecting general health and health behavior information from adults who live in Livingston County. To accomplish this, LCHD is launching an anonymous electronic survey, available for all Livingston County residents (18 years and older) to complete. The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete and consists of both multiple choice and open-ended responses. Paper copies of the survey are also available at LCHD upon request.

Survey responses, along with other collected data, are used in a community health improvement process. Our goals are to identify priority issues, develop and implement strategies for action, and establish accountability to ensure measurable health improvement, which will be outlined in the form of a community health improvement plan (CHIP).

We value the input of our community and encourage every Livingston County resident to help guide this important process by taking the community health survey, found here: Residents who complete the survey have the option to enter into a drawing for a $100 Visa gift card. The survey is open until Friday, October 11th.

If you have any questions or concerns about this survey please call Natasha Radke, Health Promotion Coordinator, at (517) 546-9850.

Sharing is caring!

Latest from Blog