Residents Invited to Participate in Arlington Fire Department’s Community Health Assessment Survey Through May 9, 2022
By Susan Schrock, Office of Communication
Posted on April 29, 2022, April 29, 2022

Community Health Assessment Survey

Editor's Note: This article, originally published March 7, was updated April 19 to reflect the survey's extended deadline and to include versions of the survey in Spanish and Vietnamese.

Are you concerned about developing heart disease, age-related memory issues, or the lack of access to medical or mental health treatment in Arlington? The City wants to hear from you. The Arlington Fire Department is conducting a series of online surveys to identify chronic health concerns, gaps in health care access and opportunities for public education outreach in our city.

The Fire Department’s first Community Health Assessment Survey will be open from Monday, March 7 to Monday, May 9, 2022.

Click here to participate in the survey in English.

Click here to participate in the survey in Spanish.

Click here to participate in the survey in Vietnamese.

In addition to asking participants to identify what they feel are the most important health issues in Arlington, the survey also includes questions about how residents get medical information, where they go when they get sick, how often they receive a health check-up and whether there was a time recently they needed medical care, a prescription or mental health counseling but were not able to get it.

Responses are voluntary and confidential. Data received from individual participants is solely for planning purposes only and all responses will be compiled and analyzed as a group.

For questions or concerns, please email the Arlington Fire Department Public Health Unit at [email protected].

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