Survey to Understand the Effect of COVID-19 on ALICE Households in Indiana

jontrese.craig@iuw.org | Feb 15th, 2021
UNITED for ALICE

United Ways in Indiana are conducting a survey to better understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This information will help us identify trends and local needs and enable us to work with community partners to provide resources and support in this difficult time. This survey asks about you, your household, and what you are doing to get by.

Completing this survey should take about 10 minutes. Your responses are confidential, meaning that no one will be able to associate your name with your responses.

If you have questions, please contact Kathryn Habecker at Kathryn.Habecker@iuw.org.

Thank you!

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