Bullying, affordable healthcare and drug abuse are just a handful of the issues United Way of Westchester and Putnam is digging into with a new health survey aimed at improving residents’ quality of life. The deadline to participate is Sept. 30.
Results from the survey will help guide the non-profit’s future work in addressing health needs in our communities. The brief questionnaire polls residents on topics like healthy eating habits, stress and crime as part of United Way’s “Community Conversations on Health” campaign. Survey-takers have a unique chance to better their community – and also win an iPad Mini.