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The purpose of the Community Member Health Assessment Survey is to get
your opinion about health issues that are important in your community.
Together, the County Departments of Health and hospitals throughout Long Island will use the results of this
survey and other information to help target health programs in your community.
The survey is available in English, Spanish, Haitian Creole, Polish and in large print.
Please complete only ONE survey per adult (18 years and over). Your responses are anonymous. Thank you for your participation!
The mission of the Division of Community Mental Hygiene Services is to enable persons with mental illness, developmental disabilities and substance abuse and their families to access an appropriate array of services and supports to maximize an individual’s potential within the family and community.
For additional information about this committee, call:
Grace Kelly-McGovern at 854-0095
Flanders, NY – October 19, 2012-- County Executive Steve Bellone today welcomed elected officials, environmental leaders, business and industry representatives, scientists, and residents to Hubbard County Park in Flanders to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the Peconic Estuary Program. In a signing ceremony reminiscent of one that took place 10 years ago, when the PEP Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan was finished, each of the officials signed a pledge to protect and restore the estuary that has been called one of the "Last Great Places" in the western hemisphere by The Nature Conservancy.