Survey Of The Housing Needs Of The Chemically Injured
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the purpose of this Housing Survey? The purpose of the Housing Survey is to evaluate the need for specialized, low-toxicity housing in the chemically injured community.
Why is this Housing Survey important? The first step in any planning is to get the facts, and that is what this exercise is all about. There is a need for solid, quantitative facts that will become the foundation of any planning or decision making. It is important to have a broad spectrum of data to develop a realistic plan that addresses the actual need. Consequently, this housing survey is a fact-gathering exercise.
Will this data be shared with others, such as governments or non-profit organizations? Only collective numbers will be shared with governments or non-profit organizations. The personal data will be kept confidential within our company.
How long will the survey be open? The survey began June 3, 2019 and will go until at least December 31, 2019.
I'm homeless, because I can't find a safe, low-toxicity place to live. Therefore I can't give contact information or location information, as it is always changing. Does that matter? Can I still fill out the survey? Yes! For you, finding a safe place to call home is extremely urgent. Therefore we really would like to hear from you. When you fill out the form, give the current location you are in. At the bottom of the survey, in the "Additional Comments" section, if you want and if you are able, you can leave contact information of a family member or friend.
What if I'm a Canadian citizen, but I'm living in the US in my search for a safe place to live. My desire is to return to live in a safe home in Canada. How can I express that in the survey? That is important information to communicate to us. You can share it at the bottom of the survey, in the "Additional Comments" section. This also applies to anyone living in one country, but wanting to live back in their home country, if they can find a safe place to call home.
I have trust issues. Will my information be kept confidential? Yes. The personal data will be kept confidential within our company. Only collective numbers will be shared with governments or non-profit organizations.
I don't want to give my name in the survey. Can I fill out the survey, but just not give my name? Yes you can. It will be recorded as anonymous.
Why participate in the Housing Survey? It is important to have a broad spectrum of data to develop a realistic plan that addresses the actual need. This housing survey seeks to accomplish this. Consequently, we urge you to participate so that the data collected reflects reality. Thank you in advance for your contribution.
You are a Canadian company. Why are you collecting data from countries other than Canada? This is a global health dilemma. At the current time, no country is rising to the challenge of meeting this humongous need. However, often it is true that what happens in one country can influence what happens in another country. Therefore, we believe that this fact-gathering exercise can be put to good use.
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