The North Attleboro Board of Health Department is on a mission to keep its community informed about a crucial survey that can help improve health equity across Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) has launched the Community Health Equity Survey, and they want to ensure that all Massachusetts residents over the age of 14 are aware of this opportunity to make their voices heard.
The survey was developed collaboratively with input from community members and partners across the state, making it a true reflection of the priorities and experiences of Massachusetts residents. By participating in the survey, residents have a chance to influence how funding is allocated, programming is improved, and policies are developed to address health disparities.
The North Attleboro Board of Health Department encourages all community members, especially those who have been impacted by health inequities, to take part in this important survey. It only takes around 15-30 minutes to complete and can be done online using a computer, phone, or tablet. Participants can choose from multiple languages, including Arabic, Cape Verdean Creole, Chinese (simplified or traditional), English, Haitian Creole, Khmer, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
Rest assured that all survey responses are anonymous and cannot be traced back to the respondents. The survey will remain open through early Fall 2023, providing ample time for interested residents to take part.
To participate, simply visit Take the Community Health Equity Survey | Mass.gov