Who can take the survey?
The Arizona Veteran Survey is open to all service members, veterans, family members, helpers, providers and community supporters.
- Service Members: Active duty, Guard & Reserve from all branches
- Veterans – Anyone who has served in the military, regardless of age, era or discharge status
- Family Members: Immediate and extended family members
- Helpers and Providers: Anyone who has a role in serving and supporting our military, veteran and family population
- Community Members: Anyone in the community that cares about and support our service members, veterans & their families
When is it available?
The 2019 survey was open from August 19, 2019 thru January 31, 2020. The 2019 survey recently concluded on January 31, 2020.
How do you take the survey?
You can take the survey online, via your phone, tablet or computer, or in a paper format that can be returned for review.
How long does it take?
We estimate it will take 10-15 minutes to complete the survey. The survey has to be completed in one sitting once you start.
Is it anonymous?
Yes, the Arizona Veteran Survey is completely anonymous. No personally identifiable information is collected. At the end, survey takers are given the option to sign up to receive a copy of the survey summary and/or survey rewards, however this sign-up process is completely separate from the survey responses.
Why is it important to finish the survey?
You can leave any question that you don’t want to answer blank, however we highly encourage you to finish the survey if you can. By finishing the survey, you help to provide the most complete information possible to inform how our community responds to the needs of our military and veteran community.
What happens to the information I provide?
The information you provide will be added together with the information from everyone else who takes the survey to provide a picture of the strengths, needs, challenges and opportunities for Arizona’s service members, veterans and their families. The information from the survey will also help us better understand how the military and veteran community is accessing resources and what barriers may be preventing access to those resources.
All information will only be reported as group data. For the Indian Health Service and tribal questions, data will only be reported with the permission of the organizations.
What rewards are available?
To thank everyone for taking the time to complete the survey, we are offering several different rewards. Everyone who completes the survey can request that a copy of the survey summary be emailed to them. We will also have drawings for gift cards and the opportunity to designate a charity for a donation if we meet the overall survey targets of 1000 and 2500 surveys.
Why are rewards available to complete the survey?
We want to acknowledge the time people are taking to complete the survey and also challenge our community to share the survey enough that we reach our goals for the total number of surveys completed.
Why is it important to share the survey?
We need a comprehensive look at our military, veteran and family population so we need to hear everyone’s voice. By sharing the survey, you are helping to strengthen this effort and the results and ensuring that the voices of your family, friends and colleagues are heard.
How do I share the survey?
Visit the survey page and scroll to the end under the Share icon for links to email the survey and share it through Facebook and Twitter.
Who are the partners on the survey?
The Arizona Veteran Survey is a project of the Arizona Coalition for Military Families, being conducted on behalf of and in partnership with our military, government and community stakeholders. The Coalition will work closely with our partner organizations to utilize the feedback to advance the plan.
Who do I contact if I have further questions?
If you have questions about the survey or feedback for our team, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-753-8802.
It is possible that some of the questions on the survey may be triggers for some people. If you need support at any time, you can call Arizona’s Be Connected support line at 1-866-4AZ-VETS or the National Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255, option 1. Both are available 24/7.
If you are looking for resources, we invite you to use the Be Connected Resource Match Tool to find resources that are a fit for you, your family or someone you know who needs support.