The 2022 Military Family Lifestyle Survey is now open, and it’s time to encourage your friends and family to take it – today through July 10th.
Please note that the annual Military Family Lifestyle Survey:
is intended for all active-duty, National Guard, and Reserve service members, Veterans, and their families, 18 years of age and older.
is completely confidential. Only aggregate (group) responses will be reported. Any *optional* text responses are de-identified.
is for research purposes and, therefore, is entirely voluntary.
includes questions about community connections, health concerns and wellness, education, employment, military children, financial challenges, civic engagement, and public policy issues, among other topics.
Each year, BSF looks to reach more survey respondents to continue improving how they support military-connected families. They couldn’t do this without you!
During Mental Health Awareness Month, Minority Vets wants to check in on its community. Your feedback gives them valuable data on how they can best serve the community and how they can effectively strive to change the system, especially in the realm of veteran mental health.
Can they count on you to help us fight for change?
Minority Vets would like you to help them gain more insight on the issues facing minority veterans around cannabis use. Your feedback will give them valuable data on how they can best serve the minority veteran community and how they can effectively strive to change the system.
Can they count on you to help them fight for change?
Click here to complete the survey.
Help VA best assist Veterans like you in registering to vote! As part of VA’s “whole health” approach to care, they believe that it is part of their duty to Veterans and their families to ensure that you are able to exercise the right to vote that you fought and served to protect.
Click here to learn more and take the survey to share your voice.
The VFW has developed a survey to evaluate your health care experiences, how your health care may have changed in the last six months, and your perceptions of your overall physical and mental health over the past 30 days. Your feedback is vital to their advocacy efforts and to compile a report on this important topic. Help the VFW hold VA and Congress accountable by taking this short survey regarding your experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Take the survey.
Syracuse University's Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) would like your participation in a short survey about coordinated care systems for service members, veterans, and military-connected families in New York State.
The Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University is the first interdisciplinary national institute in higher education focused on the social, economic, education, and policy issues impacting veterans and their families. The IVMF supports communities through collective impact efforts to enhance delivery and access to services and care to the military-connected community. Over the last ten years, more than 150,000 transitioning service members, veterans, and their families have leveraged the IVMF's portfolio of career development, credentialing, business ownership, and community-based services and programs as a bridge from military to civilian life.Read more
Veterans oral health is chronically under-served. Preventive dental care can significantly impact a veteran’s overall health and quality of life, including job security. The VFW is collaborating with CareQuest Institute for Oral Health on a survey to gain an understanding of the barriers and challenges veterans face concerning their dental care. This survey can be completed by all veterans and service members. You do not need to be enrolled in VA or TRICARE Health Programs.
Participation in this survey is completely voluntary. You will not be asked to provide any identifying information and your responses will remain anonymous. No funding sources are financially supporting this work. By participating in this survey, you are contributing to research that will support access to oral health care for veterans. The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete.
You have the option to enter your contact information in a raffle for a chance to win a $50 gift card. At the end of the survey, you can choose to enter your information in the raffle, through a separate link. Your information will not be associated with your responses in any way.
If you have any questions, you can reach the Principal Investigator at [email protected].
The New York State Division of Veteran' Services is calling on all LGBTQ+ veterans who live in New York State to complete the 2021 LGBTQ+ Community Survey for New York State. This survey asks about military service as well as vital information about health and life experiences that will make services more responsive and inclusive for all LGBTQ+ people in New York.
The survey is fully anonymous, and no personal identifying information will be asked. The survey can be taken in English or Spanish.
This survey is only put out once every five years so please participate to have your needs and experiences counted!
**Responses will be accepted until September 30, 2021.**
Blue Star Families has opened its Understanding the Diverse Experiences of Military Families of Color Survey. Even if you have taken the BSF 2021 Survey, they would like military families of color to take a few minutes to take this survey as well.Read more