Live Well Saline County wants to know what you think about healthy living.
The local community coalition has created a five-minute online survey to gather Saline County citizens' perceptions about opportunities for physical activity, healthy eating, and commercial tobacco control in the community.
The information gathered in this survey will assist Live Well Saline County's efforts in ensuring that community members have healthy options from which to choose.
To take the survey, click here.
About Live Well Saline County
Live Well Saline County began in 2009 when a group of community members came together to identify ways to partner to address chronic disease prevention in Saline County. Live Well Saline County has active participants from a variety of organizations with a common interest in healthy living.
The coalition is comprised of representatives from the following organizations: Tammy Walker Cancer Center, City of Salina, Salina Regional Health Center, Salina Family YMCA, Kansas Wesleyan University, Salina Area United Way, Saline County Health Department, CKF Addiction Treatment, K-State Research & Extension Central District, and Prairieland Market.
Live Well Saline County partners with many additional organizations in the community to implement programs to improve the health and well-being of the community.
To learn more about Live Well Saline County and its participation in Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas' Pathways to a Healthy Kansas initiative, READ: BCBS selects Live Well Saline County Coalition for Pathways program.