The Elbert County Public Health Department is conducting a community health survey. Results from the survey, which is open through the end of February, will be used to build a community …
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The Elbert County Public Health Department is conducting a community health survey. Results from the survey, which is open through the end of February, will be used to build a community health-improvement plan.
People who live and/or work in Elbert County are eligible to participate. Survey respondents will not be asked for their names.
Questions cover a variety of topics, including economic opportunity, environment, and physical and mental health.
Results of the survey will be shared with the public and are expected to be available in late April, according to Rachel Larsen, administrator for public health and environment.
"It is a key opportunity to identify both assets and threats to our community's health," Larsen said in an email.
The survey can be found at www.surveymonkey.com/r/EC_HealthSurvey
A paper copy can be obtained by calling the public health department at 303-621-3144 or visiting the office at 75 Ute Ave. in Kiowa.
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