Connected Rural Communities Collaborate has opened a survey, to strengthen social inclusion throughout the region.
A Grand Bend organization wants your input on your experience with social isolation.
The Connected Rural Communities Collaborative (CRCC) received $75 thousand from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to work on reducing social isolation and strengthen social inclusion.
A recent report from Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. David Williams, says the connection to family, friends and our communities is important to our health.
The CRCC has developed a survey to learn about your sense of belonging and social inclusion, connection to their community, the programs and services you need and want.
The CRCC is hoping to collect 500 surveys from respondents in the municipalities of Lambton Shores, South Huron, Bluewater and North Middlesex.
Click Here to take the Living in My Community Survey.