Take this 15–20-minute survey by Dec. 31 to play a vital role in our community’s future.
Live Well Wake will work with the community to address the top priorities identified from this survey over the next three years to make Wake County a healthier place to live, work and play.
Community Health Needs Assessments are conducted every three to four years in a process that collects information to identify the strengths, resources and needs of the County as a community.
The information is then analyzed and compiled into a report that provides information about the health of the community as it is today as well as the community's ability to improve the lives of the people who live here. The report is used by community members who come together to develop a plan of action to address the priorities identified through the assessment.
The survey is confidential, and the answers submitted by participants will remain anonymous.
You can access previous reports here.
The 2019 assessment identified five focus areas as county-wide priorities. These include:
The 2022-2025 survey is being conducted by the University of North Carolina – North Carolina Institute of Public Health (UNC-NCIPH).
In addition to the online survey, UNC-NCIPH will be conducting focus groups that represent key populations and demographics to take a deeper dive into areas of interest.