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Community Safety and Wellbeing Survey


As a resident of Haldimand or Norfolk counties, you are invited to participate in a survey regarding your experiences living here. We are interested in your experience with the community, as it relates to safety and wellbeing.

The survey will take about 8-10 minutes to complete. This survey helps the Community Safety and Wellbeing Plan researchers to identify changes in the community since the Community Needs Assessment was conducted in 2019.

Your participation in this survey is entirely voluntary. You have the right to refuse to participate in the study or to refuse to answer any question. You are able to end the survey at any point, if you wish, without penalty.

By completing this survey you are eligible to be entered into a draw for one of three grocery store gift cards at a grocery store of your choice. If you wish to be entered into the draw, please follow the link on the last page to a separate survey for your contact information for the draw. This separate survey is essential to protect your anonymity during the Community Safety and Wellbeing Plan Survey.

There are no known risks to you for participating in this study beyond those encountered in daily life. Should you find any question upsetting, feel free to skip the question. Mental health support numbers are provided at the end of the survey, should you need them.

All survey answers will be private and confidential, and will only be used by members of the research team. Your answers are anonymous (you will not be asked for identifying information). This data will be carefully stored to protect all information obtained. The resulting paper or electronic files will be locked or password-protected and encrypted.

To complete the survey by phone, please call 519-426-6170.

click here to access the Community Safety and Well Being Survey