Island County launches veteran survey

  • Saturday, June 17, 2017 8:00am
  • News

Island County is conducting a survey of the needs and status of veterans in the county.

Using the website, the county hopes to gather information that will be used to build a network of “assistance and comaraderie” to support veterans of all ages and areas of service, according to a bulletin announcement by Island County Commissioner Helen Price Johnson.

Price Johnson said the information is secure and confidential, and that the information will not be shared. It will be “kept under lock and key.”

“We want to be sure we reach all veterans and veteran families in Island County,” Price Johnson said.

To participate, visit the following web address:

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