GLP Community Health Survey

June 4, 2015

The Greater Louisville Project (GLP) is working on the development of a community-wide mapping of Louisville’s health landscape on factors aligned with Jefferson County’s Robert Wood Johnson Foundation County Health Rankings.

We are calling on the community to take the survey and help distribute it to others—email lists or list servs, website links, newsletters, Facebook page, twitter feeds, etc.

This short (5 minute) survey is designed to help us assess how health is being addressed in our city, and identify organizations who have programs and projects that align with the County Health Rankings focus areas.

Our goal is to reach as broad an array of entities as possible including: grass roots and advocacy organizations, local government, key businesses, community-based organizations, educational programs, institutions, health care providers, payors and more.

The County Health Rankings and focus areas cross a wide spectrum of subject areas from housing and transit to air quality to access to care.  With your help we’d like the survey to reach entities involved in all of these different sectors.

Thank you in advance for helping us work collectively to advance the health of our community.

Take the Survey

Responses are requested by June 22, 2015.

Who should respond?

The County Health Rankings and focus areas cross a wide spectrum of subject areas from housing and transit to air quality to access to care.

Our goal is to reach as broad an array of entities as possible including: grass roots and advocacy organizations, local government, key businesses, community-based organizations, educational programs, institutions, health care providers, payors and more.

More Info

To learn more, or view recently released 2014 data and view a new interactive data portal visit: www.greaterlouisvilleproject.org

This portal is designed to show the interconnections between our Deep Drivers of Education, Jobs, Health, and Quality of Place. The project’s new data offer a snapshot of key factors in local health, job creation and the city’s quality of place with the goal of convening broader conversations about ways to improve Louisville’s economic growth and quality of life.

For questions about the survey or more info about the project, email: health@greaterlouisvilleproject.org.

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