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Survey to Shed Light on Future of Children’s Healthcare Needs

A Call to ALL Parents

The Navajo County Public Health Services District, Arizona Department of Health Services, and the Office of Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs are conducting a survey to capture the healthcare needs of all Navajo county children, aged birth through 17 years of age. All surveys will be anonymously submitted, and all data will be reported and utilized in ways that will ensure anonymity of the parent responding, as well as the child.

The intent of the survey is to more clearly understand the experiences of every family throughout Navajo county in meeting their children’s healthcare needs. Your input will help identify what is currently working well for families, and  what areas need to be improved to help every family access the medical care and services their children need.

Results of the survey will be available early 2017, and will be used in the Community Health Assessment (CHA) process to inform strategies to address child healthcare needs in the Navajo County Community Improvement Plan (CHIP).

The survey is available online in both English and Spanish. Information gathered on the survey is confidential and will not be shared. All parents, or legal guardians, of children aged birth to 17 living in Navajo county are asked to participate in this survey, specific to the healthcare needs for each of their children.

Please complete one survey for each of your children aged  birth to 17. Your input matters.

Click to access the survey in English

Click here to access the survey in Spanish

For more information, please contact Allison Hephner by email at, or phone (928) 524-4230 ext. 5073