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Kewaunee County conducting "Health Needs" survey

With health decisions being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic the past 18 months, the Kewaunee County Public Health Department and the U.W. – Madison Extension are launching a health needs survey to help move forward essential services to its residents.  Kewaunee County Health Officer Cindy Kinnard says the community health assessment must be done every five years by every county in the state but was delayed one year because of the pandemic. She explains the importance of gathering the information through the survey.

 

 

The survey results will be presented to the community with a full presentation on December 16. The most pressing problems listed from the last survey included drug and alcohol use, obesity, and nutrition impact overall wellness. You can take the survey by clicking here. 

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