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Community health opinion survey

By Marissa Jelks
Posted Monday, October 2, 2006

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Pittsboro, NC - Do you have strong opinions about Chatham County that you would like to share?

The Chatham County Public Health Department, United Way, Family Violence and Rape Crisis Center, Cooperative Extension Service, Chatham County Parks and Recreation, Chatham County residents, and the Partnership for Children are distributing the 2006 Community Health Opinion Surveys throughout Chatham County through the end of October.

The Community Health Opinion Surveys are only one part of the Community Health Assessment which is performed every four years. The purpose of the assessment is to identify factors that affect the health of a population and determine priority areas to address. It is important to have input from Chatham County citizens so that agencies, organizations, and the community can develop action plans to combat these concerns.

Look out for the surveys at various locations throughout Chatham County or visit the Chatham County Public Health Department web site.

FMI: Contact Marissa Jelks at 542-8297

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