News November 20, 2020

Habitat for Humanity Conducting Survey

by Jackson Hole Radio News

Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area is asking community members to participate in its Community Need Survey in order to collect data on diverse housing needs within different segments of the Jackson community. The results from this survey will help guide future programs and homeownership opportunities that Habitat offers to the community. The survey is completely anonymous and contains questions specifically on household make up, including income, household size, time in the area, and so forth, along with ownership, where you work and live, current house conditions, and familiarity with the Habitat program. The questions intend to identify gaps in community needs that are not being addressed by current services. The information collected will only be used for internal data collection. The survey will run through mid-December. All members of the community are being asked to participate.