Teton Habitat asking community to participate in housing needs survey

JACKSON, Wyo. — Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area (Teton Habitat) is asking community members to participate in a Community Need Survey to collect data on diverse housing needs within different segments of the community.

The results will help guide future programs and homeownership opportunities that Habitat offers to the community.

The survey is anonymous and contains questions specifically on household make up (income, household size, time in the area, etc.), ownership and location (where you work and live, current house conditions, etc.), and Habitat program awareness (current and future programs).

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. All members of the community are being asked to participate. Teton Habitat will be collecting data through mid-December.

“The data gathered in the Community Need Survey will inform all aspects of our organization so that we remain relevant to our community’s housing needs,” says Wendy Martinez, Homeowner Services Manager. “This is crucial internal information that will determine things such as bedroom size, design of homes, and future programs offered.”

Click here to take the survey in English

Click here to take the survey in Spanish

For any additional questions or concerns, please contact Wendy Martinez, Homeowner Services Manager, at 307-734-0828, ext. 104 or wendy@tetonhabitat.org.

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