Health Department Announces Superstorm Sandy Health and Well-Being Assessment Survey
Superstorm Sandy caused unprecedented damage to the housing, business, infrastructure, health, social service, and environmental sectors throughout the entire State of New Jersey. Many New Jersey residents are still struggling with the impacts of the storm.
In cooperation with the NJ Department of Health, the Warren County Health Department is announcing today the launch of a survey which will help local and state health agencies assess Warren County residents’ knowledge of available resources and identify any remaining gaps in Superstorm Sandy recovery.
All residents are encouraged to participate in this survey. Respondents’ answers will remain confidential. The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete. The Health Department has made the survey available in both electronic and paper forms. Residents may complete it online athttps://www.surveymonkey.com/
If you feel that you or someone you know still needs assistance because of the impact of Superstorm Sandy, please contact the Warren County Health Department during normal business hours at 908-475-7960.
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