What is the purpose of the HHSA Needs Assessment Survey? The County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency is conducting a 2024 needs assessment survey. The survey will help County planners address the service needs of people living with or vulnerable to HIV and AIDS in San Diego County.
How does it work? Your participation in this survey is voluntary and your answers will remain anonymous. This means that no information you provide is linked to you. You do not need to answer any questions you do not feel comfortable answering. There are no right or wrong answers – we want to hear about you and your experiences. Some of these questions are personal. However, your open and honest responses are important so that the County can best serve people who are living with or vulnerable to HIV/AIDS. If you decide not to participate, it will not affect the services you are currently receiving or may seek in the future.
Some of the content of this survey might be uncomfortable. You are encouraged to prepare yourself emotionally before reading further. If you believe that you will find the survey to be uncomfortable, you should choose to not participate. The County of San Diego has a variety of resources. A 24/7 Access and Crisis Line provides free, confidential support in over 200 languages. Call 1 (888) 724-7240.
The survey should take about 25 minutes to complete. We appreciate the valuable time you are taking to complete the survey! Your responses are anonymous and will contribute to our analysis of the San Diego community needs.
Where to go for questions or comments about the survey? If you have any questions about the survey and the analysis, please email hpg.hhsa@sdcounty.ca.gov.