SAN JUAN COUNTY, WA. November 28, 2023 – San Juan County Health & Community Services wants to hear from you! The Community Health Survey is collecting responses through Friday, Dec. 1 to include in the Community Health Assessment Report, which will be released in early 2024. If you haven’t taken the quick survey yet, be sure to do so!
The anonymous survey takes only eight to ten minutes and will help HCS better understand how all islanders are doing. The results of the survey will identify areas of improvement and set a path towards creating a healthier community for all. There are questions about quality of life, access to health care, how people get health-related information, and what are some of the barriers to good health in our county. The more people we hear from, the more complete our picture will be of how our San Juan County community members are doing.
You can take the survey online in English or Spanish. If you are having trouble accessing the survey online, please call the HCS front office at 360-378-4474 to ask to take the survey in another format.
The survey results collected by Friday, Dec. 1 will be compiled and analyzed along with other data about our community. The results of the surveys will be published as a final report and will be available to our community in early 2024.
Kyra Jahanfar, Program Coordinator – Emergency Preparedness & Communications, firstname.lastname@example.org, 360-370-7502
About San Juan County’s Department of Health & Community Services
San Juan County’s Department of Health & Community Services is responsible for community and environmental health, mental health and substance abuse programs, senior services, affordable housing projects, and more. The department has staff and offices on Lopez, Orcas, and San Juan Islands. For more information about San Juan County’s Department of Health & Community Services, visit www.sanjuanco.com/1777/Health-Community-Services.