The CSTA survey is open Oct. 1-Dec. 31. (Courtesy graphic/photo)
Ready and Resilient Program Specialist
U.S. Army Hawaii
WHEELER ARMY AIRFIELD — Together we can create a healthy community! Share your thoughts about what is important to U.S. Army Hawaii. Tell us what you think about quality of life, wellness, and readiness in our community.
What do you think are the top physical, behavioral, social, spiritual and family health issues in the community? Your opinion matters and your local Commander’s Ready and Resilient Council (CR2C) wants to hear from you.
The Community Strengths and Themes Assessment (CSTA) is underway at USARHAW and will run through December 2019. Developed as a “holistic approach to assess the community for needs, this survey is designed to capture the pulse of our community members’ feelings on quality of life, health, safety and satisfaction.”
Survey questions cover a wide variety of topics related to health, wellness and resiliency, and how well community programs and services address community members’ needs. Participants will be asked to identify top health issues and risky behaviors, assess their personal health, as well as that of the community at-large, and say how familiar they are with programs and services to address health and wellness issues.
Results of the assessment will be briefed to senior community leaders at the quarterly Commander’s Ready and Resilient Council and are expected to play a role in the identification of council priorities, inform policy, and create positive change within the community.
Survey takers can also scan the displayed QR code and complete the survey on their smart phones. All Army Hawaii community members are encouraged to participate.
(Note: General information about the CSTA is referenced from U.S. Army Public Health Center information papers.)
The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete and is available online at the following link: https://usaphcapps.amedd.army.mil/Survey/se.ashx?s=25113745218B31B9.