Hope Esperance launches Wellbeing survey

February survey winner Jennifer O'Bourne receiving a $500 Woolworths voucher from Hope counsellor Kasimu Kiwanuka. Photo: Jake Dietsch.
February survey winner Jennifer O'Bourne receiving a $500 Woolworths voucher from Hope counsellor Kasimu Kiwanuka. Photo: Jake Dietsch.

Hope Community Service's wellbeing survey has been launched again, with survey participants going in a draw to win a $500 Bunnings voucher.

The survey started Monday June 17, and runs until Sunday, July 14.

It can be found at www.esperance.social

It is open to all Esperance residents over the age of 18 and is estimated to take 10 minutes to complete.

All data collected through the survey is strictly confidential. Contact details are only required for the $500 voucher.

The survey is funded through the Alcohol and Drug Foundation and is part of the endorsed Esperance Alcohol and Other Drug Management Plan 2018-2020.

To launch the survey, the Esperance Alcohol and Other Drug Harm Reduction Group will be holding a 'Community Health Pitstop on Friday, June 28 outside Bunnings from 10am to 4pm.

There will be free health checks and information bays, a free sausage sizzle and healthy snacks and kid's activities.

Jennifer O'Bourne was the winner of the February Wellbeing survey, taking home a $500 Woolworths voucher.

Ms O'Bourne said she had struggled with her own mental health issues in the past and wanted to complete the survey to raise awareness on the need in country areas.