County Health Surveys 

County Health Surveys: Presentations

What is the County Health Survey?

A County Health Survey is a questionnaire used to collect and evaluate personal risk behaviors that may affect the health of Arkansans. The County Health Survey may focus on adults - County Adult Health Survey - or on the youth - County Youth Health Survey. The County Health Surveys are conducted in cooperation with the Hometown Health Improvement (HHI) initiative.

County Adult Health Survey (CAHS)

The County Adult Health Survey primarily focuses on behaviors that are linked to the leading causes of death (heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes and injury) and other important health issues. The CAHS is based on the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

County Youth Health Survey (CYHS)

The County Youth Health Survey is designed to measure health risk behaviors such as smoking, drinking and driving, and obesity among the State's youth. The CYHS focuses on students in grades 7 through 12. The CYHS is based on the Youth Risk Behavior Survey, developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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Arkansas
Ashley
Baxter
Benton
Boone
Bradley
Calhoun
Carroll
Chicot
Clark
Clay
Cleburne
Cleveland
Columbia
Conway
Craighead
Crawford
Crittenden
Cross
Dallas
Desha
Drew
Faulkner
Franklin
Fulton
Garland
Grant
Greene
Hempstead
Hot Spring
Howard
Independence
Izard
Jackson
Jefferson
Johnson
Lafayette
Lawrence

Lee
Lincoln
Little River
Logan
Lonoke
Madison
Marion
Miller
Mississippi
Monroe
Montgomery
Nevada
Newton
Ouachita
Perry
Phillips
Pike
Poinsett
Polk

Pope
Prairie
Pulaski
Randolph
Saint Francis
Saline
Scott
Searcy
Sebastian
Sevier
Sharp
Stone
Union
Van Buren
Washington
White
Woodruff
Yell