City and Borough of Juneau conducts Community Health Needs Assessment
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~ Juneau, Alaska - The City and Borough of Juneau (CBJ) has announced that they will be conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment in partnership with the State Division of Public Health. This assessment aims to gather information from Juneau residents aged 18 and older to better understand the health needs of the community.

The survey, which can be found at, takes only 5 minutes to complete and is open to all Juneau residents. To encourage participation, those who complete the survey will be automatically entered into a drawing for a chance to win a $500 prize.

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A Community Health Needs Assessment is a vital process that involves the community in identifying and analyzing health needs. It allows for prioritization of these needs and helps in planning and addressing any unmet health needs within the community. The CBJ is urging people from all walks of life to participate in order to ensure that everyone's voice is heard.

The survey is being managed by Hays Research Group, an Alaskan-based market research firm. For any questions or concerns, individuals can reach out to Adam Hays, Research Director at (907) 223-2406.

Residents are encouraged to take part in this important assessment by visiting today. The results will provide valuable insights into the health needs of Juneau's community and help guide future initiatives for improving overall well-being.

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