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National CHW Survey 2014


Calling all Community Health Workers!
2014 National Community Health Worker Survey

Click here to take the survey

The Arizona Prevention Research Center, Action for Health/Acción Para La Salud project is excited to invite you to participate in the 2014 National Community Health Worker Survey!

This survey is for Community Health Workers or CHWs, who are known by many titles such as:

  • Promotora/es de Salud
  • Community Health Representatives
  • Community Health Advisors
  • Patient Navigators
  • And many more.

For this survey, we use the term CHW. We want to learn from CHWs like you, about the types of work you do and how you advocate for a cause or change to improve the health or wellbeing of a group or community.

The survey should take about 15 minutes and is completely voluntary. You will not be asked for your name or any personal information. We will share what we learn from this study through Community Health Worker networks and an open database to help CHWS and their allies learn about and support the CHW workforce.

If you are a CHW, click here to take the survey!

If you are not a CHW, please encourage and support CHWs in your area to complete the on-line survey and make their voices heard.

If you have questions please email us at or call 520 626-5204.


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