Community input needed for health survey.

July 19, 2016

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HART — District Health Department #10 is conducting a community survey as part of its community health improvement process and is in need of input from Oceana County residents.

The overall goal of the community survey is to gather information from Oceana residents on what makes a community a healthy place to live. The survey is quick, simple, and available online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WhatMattersSurvey2016 or by visiting www.dhd10.org or www.livewell4health.org.

“The What Matters Most Community Survey is a chance for Oceana County residents to have a voice in determining what health issues are most important and what problems need to be addressed to improve the health of all community members,” said Donna Norkoli, DHD#10 health planner.

This survey is open until July 29 and everyone over the age of 18, who lives in Oceana County, is encouraged to take the survey. The community survey is one piece of a Community Health Needs Assessment which will help area agencies to better focus their efforts and to provide programs and services that meet the wants and needs of community members. For more information about Live Well or District Health Department #10’s current programs and projects, visit www.dhd10.org or www.livewell4health.org.

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