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Social Wellbeing Assessment

The Social Wellbeing Assessment summary reports provide feedback on aspects of the community that need improvement or attention

The Town is pleased to present the 2023-2024 Social Wellbeing Assessment Summary Report for High River, and we couldn’t have done it without the amazing support from our residents!

Key findings from a social well-being assessment survey have been compiled into a report, now accessible and soon to be available in limited quantities at the Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) Resource Centre. 

From October to December, the Town of High River’s FCSS team asked residents and stakeholders to complete a social well-being assessment survey. The survey questions were developed by analyzing past research, current trends in community needs, and priorities from the FCSS Accountability Framework. 

Results from the survey have helped FCSS create the following definition, which will guide programs over the next five years: Social well-being is the intersection where experiences of belonging, liveability, and equity meet. A balance of these elements is a strong indicator of a positive quality of life. 

As part of FCSS’s mandate to assess our community's social wellbeing, we adopted a new approach this year to gather more in-depth data instead of the usual vital signs survey.

Click here for a copy of the 2023-2024 Social Wellbeing Assessment Summary Report!

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FCSS Resource Centre, 251 9 Ave SW, High River, Alberta, T1V 1A4

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fcss@highriver.ca

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403-652-8620

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