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In Pasco County, the Florida Department of Health (DOH) is currently conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) survey to gather feedback from residents. The survey aims to collect data on nutrition, physical activity, access to care, and mental health in the community. DOH-Pasco encourages all Pasco County residents to participate in the survey by accessing it online at bit.ly/49jcn1t or by scanning the provided QR code. The deadline to complete the survey is April 15, 2024.

The CHNA survey will help DOH-Pasco create a community health improvement plan that addresses the most pressing issues identified by residents. By participating in the survey, residents can help prioritize health needs in their community and drive awareness, action, and improvement. Health Officer Trang Chitakone stresses the importance of community input in shaping public health initiatives.

To be eligible for the survey, individuals must be 18 years or older and reside in Pasco County. The CHNA survey consists of 16 main questions with follow-up questions based on responses, as well as eight demographic questions. Completing the survey is expected to take around 10 minutes of your time.

DOH-Pasco is nationally accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board and is committed to protecting, promoting, and improving the health of all individuals in Florida through collaborative efforts at the state, county, and community levels. To learn more about DOH-Pasco or stay updated on public health initiatives in Pasco County, follow their social media channels or visit FloridaHealth.gov. Your feedback through the CHNA survey plays a crucial role in shaping the future of public health in your community.

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