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Annual Community Health Survey

Please take the confidential health survey if you are called. 

The Annual Mecklenburg Community Health Survey (also known as the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Survey) is a telephone survey of Mecklenburg residents 18 years and older. The survey collects information on health-related behaviors such as diet and exercise, the use of preventive services such as immunizations and mammograms, and chronic health conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Questions from the survey are based on CDC’s Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS). 

Health information collected helps design and fund programs to prevent and reduce chronic diseases, injury, and disability, and to reduce health disparities.  Much of the information collected by this survey cannot be obtained from any other source. 

Please consider participating in the health survey if you are called. The survey is completely anonymous, and no identifying information will be shared.

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Questions or comments about the Annual Community Health Survey?

Email: Charisse Jenkins, Epidemiologist