Central Minnesota Community Health Survey
02/26/2013 - 1:30 AM
About 12,000 Central Minnesota households will be receiving a Central Minnesota Community Healthy Survey in the coming weeks.
The survey is a collaborative effort by local public health agencies and the CentraCare Health System to gather information that will create a more accurate picture of health and wellness within their community and county.
The survey, which is being mailed at the end of February, will ask questions about residents’ access to health care, nutrition, physical activity, tobacco use and other social, physical and mental health related issues. This survey will allow the collaborating agencies to establish health promotion priorities on a local and regional level.
All of the information gathered from individuals will be confidential and households receiving the survey are chosen randomly.
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