What is the Community Health Survey?
Every three years, the Health District collects information about the health-care needs of our community through the Community Health Survey. The survey asks about access to care, physical health, mental health, and other health topics.
The Community Health Survey is sent to a randomly selected group of adult residents in Larimer County. We ask people a wide range of questions about their health and use of health-care services. We have been doing this every three years since 1995. Answers to the Community Health Survey are completely confidential. We study and report only on the results as a whole, and keep no personally identifying information on individuals who take the survey.
Were you invited to take the 2019 Community Health Survey? Click here.
See dates, times, and locations of Community Discussion Groups. Click here.
How does the survey work?
The survey is sent to randomly selected addresses in Larimer County. In 2016, about 8,500 households received a survey invitation in the mail.
One person from each household completes the survey online or through a paper form.
Individual responses to the survey are completely confidential and secure.
The Health District uses statistical methods to analyze the data.
The data is now ready to be shared with the community!
The Health District Research & Evaluation Team is committed to adhering to the American Association for Public Opinion Research Code of Ethics & Practices in our survey research.