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Your Voice Matters!
 
Help shape the programs that affect your health and wellbeing.

Fill out the form at the bottom of the page to be invited to online, phone, and in-person discussions regarding the Healthy Outdoor Communities initiative.

CLICK HERE to share your voice via audio recording.  Just click the RECORD button on the Voice Spice page, press STOP when done, SAVE it, and email the recording link to HOC@neoproject.org.  Easy!

What do you want us to know?

  • What neighborhoods and specific places do you live, work, learn, play, and pray in?

  • How many generations of your family have lived in your neighborhood, and how many generations live in your home? (example: children + parents + grandparents = 3 generations)

  • What interesting stories about your neighborhood or family history do you have to share?

  • What parks and outdoor spaces do you enjoy?

  • What sorts of recreation or outdoor activities do you enjoy? (examples: reading under a tree, going for a walk, swimming, walking the dog, visiting on the porch with neighbors, gardening, playing basketball, etc.)

  • What are some barriers that prevent you from enjoying the outdoors and nature more often?

  • In a perfect world, what sort of program or activity would encourage you to spend more time outdoors or in nature?

  • Please tell us anything you would like to share!

  • Be sure to include your name, contact phone number, and email address so we can include you in future conversations.

Your Voice Matters!
 
Join the Community Voice Committee for your neighborhood or school, and
help shape the programs that affect your health and wellbeing.
Which neighborhood do you live, work, learn, play, or pray in?
Do you have children or youth under 25 years of age in your household?
How many generations live in your household?
Would you like to participate in a focused discussion group?
Your Kids
 
Please answer these questions about your kids' relationship with nature and the outdoors.
Which neighborhood do you live, work, learn, play, or pray in?