Fernandina Beach, FL - Throughout all of September, the Florida Department of Health in Nassau County will be promoting National Suicide Prevention Month. Suicide is one of the top ten leading causes of death in the United States.
The Community Health Needs Assessment survey is conducted every three years to provide local health care organizations and health departments an accurate understanding of evolving local health needs. Every resident in Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, and St. Johns Counties. is invited to complete the 2021 survey.
It takes 10 minutes or less and is open until Friday, April 23 only.
The input received will be used to improve health by addressing gaps that prevent access to high-quality, integrated health care and by improving access to resources that support a healthy lifestyle.
Your participation will help improve access to healthcare resources in an equitable way for everyone!Start the survey
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