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Nebraska City News-Press - Nebraska City, NE
  • Residents selected to participate in survey

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  • Community Action of Nebraska has mailed 10,000 surveys to residents statewide.
    According to a press release from Community Action of Nebraska, the survey “aims to discover the most pressing challenges Nebraskans face so that the Community Action agencies across the state will be better equipped to address those challenges.”
    This is not a survey from the Census Bureau.
    Those selected were chosen randomly and are asked to complete the survey and mailed it back at their earliest convenience.  
    Each response will represent other households similar to their own who will not receive a copy of the survey.
    Southeast Nebraska Community Action Partnership (SENCA) and other community Action agencies statewide worked with Wayne State College to develop the survey.
    Questions that appear on the survey focus on food and nutrition.
    The Community Action agencies of Nebraska and the Department of Health and Human Services provided funding for the survey.
    Community Action agencies are private, non-profit organizations dedicated to helping low-income people attain economic stability in all 93 counties of Nebraska.
    “If you receive a survey, please complete and return it as soon as possible. Each person’s responses are very important to help present a more accurate picture of life in Nebraska,” the release states.
    For more information about the survey, please contact Community Action of Nebraska, (402) 471-3714. For more information about services provided by SENCA, please contact the SENCA Central Office in Humboldt at 402-862-2411 or 888-313-5608.
    SENCA is also available on the web at www.senca.org and on Facebook at www.Facebook/Senca1.
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