Purpose of this survey - 
The aim of this anonymous survey is to understand how self-isolation, quarantine and other associated issues that emerged during the COVID-19 Pandemic have impacted (and to what level) the Mental Health and Wellbeing of individuals and families residing in the Wheatbelt. 

Who can participate?
Participation is only open to individuals aged 18 years and over. 

What is involved?
In order to capture the impact (during the pandemic) and also any significant ongoing impact on individuals and families, we will collect data for a period of 8 weeks. This data will then be used to create a de-identified report that will map the Mental Health and Wellbeing of the Wheatbelt, whilst also providing information on information/service gaps and broader community concerns. This survey will take approximately 5 minutes. 

*All de-identified data may be shared with relevant government and non-for profit organisations for the purpose of ensuring that people living in the Wheatbelt are provided with the information they require, are connected to relevant supports and Wheatbelt Organisations have the service capacity to meet the needs of our region. 
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