Your Voice Matters!

Greater Halifax Area, we want to hear from you!

All programs and services offered by each Community Health Team are shaped by what we have heard  people need to best support their health.  

If you live in the greater Halifax area, take a few minutes to complete this survey to offer your comments, help us understand your needs, and improve the programs and services we offer. 

Please note that all questions are optional and answers will be kept private! 


What is the Community Health Team (CHT)?

Community Health Teams (CHTs) offer free wellness programs and services in the greater Halifax area. Our teams focus on helping people and families to make healthier lifestyle choices. Free group programs are offered at different times and locations. Group topics include: Reducing Wellness and Parenting. Community Health Teams also support people and families to navigate community, government and health care systems. You can work with a Wellness Navigator who will help you figure out where to start, problem solve, and create a plan. We also stay connected to the community by partnering with groups and organizations. By working together, we support health behaviours that can positively impact the many aspects of health. To better understand the needs of the communities we serve, we ask for feedback from community members and groups to guide our work. The Community Health Teams are part of the Nova Scotia Health Authority in partnership with the IWK Health Centre.

1. Have you connected with a Community Health Team (CHT)?
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8. Considering what you know about the Community Health Teams (CHTs), are there groups or community leaders we could be connecting with?
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Demographics

The following few questions will help us understand who we have heard from, and who we may have missed.

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Trans refers to a person who identifies with a gender other than the one assigned to them at birth, or to a person whose gender identity and gender expression differs from stereotypical masculine and feminine norms. It is also used as an umbrella term for those who identify as transgender, transsexual, trans, gender variant, gender non-conforming, genderqueer, or an analogous term.
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11. Do you consider yourself to be an Indigenous person?
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12. Do you self-identify as a Person of Colour, or Racialized Person ?
We are aware that many individuals no longer use the term visible minorities, and instead self-identify as people of colour or racialized persons. For the purposes of this survey, members of such groups in Canada are persons, other than Indigenous/Aboriginal People, who are non-Caucasian, regardless of place of birth or citizenship.
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13. Do you self-identify as a person with a disability?
*Invisible disability, or non-visible is a term commonly used to describe a disability which is non-evident or not readily apparent to others
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14. How old are you?
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