Madison County’s Mental Health Task Force has put together a Mental Well-Being survey. They are asking that members of the community complete the short survey to help them assess the mental health and issues within the community. The results will help the task force create short term, mid-range, and long-term goals to assist with the development of needed programs and services.
“Let us know how you are feeling these days,” says Madison County Mental Health Director Teisha Cook. “Over the past year and half our community has experienced so much, and not all of it is related to the pandemic. We want to hear from our community on how they are doing. What issues they may have. And how can we improve services to help them improve their lives.”
The survey is only 10 questions and takes just a few minutes to fill out.
If you are a Madison County resident, please go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mcwellbeing..
if you are a Madison County resident and over 65-years-old please use https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mcwellbeingsrs to fill out the survey.
Paper copies of the survey are located at your local library or town hall. Surveys will be collected until August 20, 2021.
The goal of this task force is to create a road map of services that are needed to address mental health and well-being in our community. The task force recognizes that recovery from the pandemic is a process, but the hope is that the needs assessment is the first step to try to identify what the community needs to heal.
If you or someone you know needs someone to talk to, please contact the 24/7 Madison County Mental Health Crisis Line at 315-366-2327.