Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) Survey


The Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) Survey, also referred to as the Community Health Assessment (CHA) Survey, is a comprehensive data collection effort to identify the strengths, challenges, and opportunities to address and improve public health. Every three years, Maricopa County Public Health, in collaboration with community organizations, municipalities, and healthcare partners, conducts a survey to develop a deeper understanding from residents about issues related to quality of life, availability of essential services, physical and physical and mental health, and more. The information gathered from the survey facilitates planning and guides the work toward making Maricopa County a healthier place for all.

The Survey is now closed. Thank you for taking it!

The 2023 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) Survey is now closed. Thank you for taking the survey and sharing it with your friends, family, and the communities you work with. Over 18,000 Maricopa County residents responded to share feedback on how to improve quality of life and well-being in their community. 

How many surveys have been collected so far?

*Please note, these numbers are subject to revision based on additional data entry and data cleaning. Click here to download infographic.

CHNA Roadmap: when can we expect results?

We anticipate the final CHNA report published by Spring 2024. Our team is working diligently to finalize data cleaning and survey analysis by early Spring 2024. While the survey is a significant component of the CHNA process, there are other data collection efforts we utilize to better understand the community’s health experiences. From January through March 2024, we will continue data collection through key informant interviews. 

To be notified when results become available and keep up with all CHNA updates, please click here to sign-up to the CHNA email list.

2023-2024 CHNA Roadmap (post survey)

Last updated 12/5/23

The CHNA in photos

CHNA survey collection is a huge effort that relies heavily on support from staff, volunteers, and our partners in the community. We thank everyone who supported tabling and outreach efforts to ensure all residents felt empowered to share their feedback on improving quality of life in their community.

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