Chippewa County Department of Human Services seeks community input

CHIPPEWA COUNTY, Wis. (RELEASE FROM DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES)-- Chippewa County Department of Human Services (CCDHS) is seeking input from residents of Chippewa County as part of a recently launched initiative to develop a strategic communications plan. Residents may provide input through a short online survey (available at the attached link) which asks them to rate the CCDHS based on 10 criteria.

The mission of the CCDHS is “empowering people to help themselves.” We recognize that we must first understand what consumers need to take care of themselves, then find the evidence-based programs or best practices to meet those needs and, ultimately, help consumers open doors to accelerate their progress and achieve results.

As we move forward, we want to ensure that the right messages are getting out to the right people at the right time, and that we are addressing any misperceptions or concerns that community members may have. The results of this survey will provide input to help evaluate current communication methods and materials, develop key messages and put mechanisms in place to improve communication with the people we serve.

Those who do not have ready access to a computer may take advantage of publicly accessible computers available at your local library or at the Chippewa County Department of Human Services (Room305) or the Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC). Hard copies will also be available. We hope that a large number of residents will take the time to provide us with this valuable feedback.

About Chippewa County Department of Human Services
Our mission: Empowering people to help themselves. Our vision: To achieve positive and lasting results.

About Chippewa County Aging and Disability Resource Center
Our mission is a single information source, helping build a community that values, empowers, and supports seniors and adults with disabilities and their families and caregivers

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