Community Health Priority Survey

The Connecticut Department of Public Health invites all Connecticut residents to participate in a short survey to learn about the health priorities of people living in Connecticut. 

The Community Health Priority Survey is part of an effort by the Connecticut Department of Health to identify what health issues are important to residents. Information collected through this survey will help the Connecticut Department of Public Health learn  what programs or services may be needed in the future to help improve the health of people living in Connecticut.  Results from this survey will be reported as part of Connecticut’s 2019 State Health Assessment, an official report that is part of Connecticut’s  public health accreditation activities.

If you are a Connecticut resident, please consider taking this survey. This survey is anonymous and voluntary. It does not ask for your name or address. The survey takes about 5-10 minutes to complete. It is available in English and Spanish. The survey closes  on Friday, March 15, 2019 .

On behalf of the Town of Union, thank you for providing feedback to help improve the health of your community and Connecticut! Please feel free to forward this email to other members  of your community to take the survey. Their input is welcome!

If you have any questions about this survey or the assessment, please email Melissa Touma at