Christian County Health Department
Survey Questionnaire 2022

There are 3 Sections to this survey; a Community Themes and Strengths Assessment, an Essential Public Health Services Assessment, and a Forces of Change Assessment. Make sure to proceed to the next section after finishing each section. Your feedback in these areas is very important to our mission. This survey should take no more than 20 minutes.

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Community Themes and Strengths Assessment
As part of our mission, it is important to us to collect feedback from residents on key issues pertaining to our community.  Results of this feedback will drive the identification of strategic issues and activities of the local health system for years to come.  As such, we would appreciate your honest reflection and response to the questions below.  Your responses are completely confidential and will be grouped with other responses from across the community.
1. What is important to our community? *
2. How is quality of life perceived in our community? *
3. What assets do we have that can be used to improve community health? *
Quality of Life Questions:
For each question below, for the associated question, rate your feelings about the community overall on a scale of 1 to 5 (with 5 being most positive).
4. Are you satisfied with the quality of life in our community? (Consider your sense of safety, well-being, participation in community life and associations, etc.) *
5. Are you satisfied with the health care system in the community? (Consider school quality, day care, after school programs, recreation, etc.) *
6. Is this community a good place to raise children? (Consider school quality, day care, after school programs, recreation, etc.) *
7. Is this community a good place to grow old? (Consider elder-friendly housing, transportation to medical services, churches, shopping, elder day care, social support for the elderly living alone, meals on wheels, etc.) *
8. Is there economic opportunity in the community? (Consider locally owned and operated businesses, jobs with career growth, job training/high education opportunities, affordable housing, reasonable commute, etc.) *
9. Is the community a safe place to live? (Consider residents’ perceptions of safety in the home, the workplace, schools, playgrounds, parks, the mall. Do neighbors know and trust one another? Do they look out for one another?) *
10. Are there networks of support for individuals and families (neighbors, support groups, faith community outreach, agencies, organizations) during times of stress and need? *
11. Do all individuals and groups have the opportunity to contribute to and participate in the community’s quality of life? *
12. Do all residents perceive that they- individually and collectively- can make the community a better place to live? *
13. Are community assets broad-based and multi-sectoral? *
14. Are levels of mutual trust and respect increasing among community partners as they participate in collaborative activities to achieve shared community goals? *
15. Is there an active sense of civic responsibility and engagement, and of civic pride in shared accomplishments? *
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