Survey gives Team Robins opportunity to provide feedback

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  • By Amanda Creel
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Whether you are interested in seeing changes made or you are interested in keeping existing programs at Robins, now is the opportunity to let your opinion be heard.

The Wingman Wellness Survey went live June 18 and will conclude June 29. The survey is an opportunity for members of Team Robins to help create an accurate picture of the Robins community.

"If you want to have an impact on Robins, this is the venue," said Linda Towry, family advocacy outreach manager with Robins Mental Health. "The programs we offer to Air Force families are often determined by what we are told in these surveys."

The information collected by the survey will be used by leadership to help make future decisions.

"The survey will help leadership better address what our population needs or is asking for," said Cindy Graver, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator.

Survey responses are anonymous and participation in the survey is voluntary. All team members are invited to participate, including active-duty members, civilian personnel, reservists and guardsmen and contractors.

Survey participants can also choose to skip questions they are uncomfortable with or don't want to answer, Ms. Graver said.

The survey only takes a few minutes to complete and focuses on wellness related activities such as alcohol consumption or debt management, programs such as the Civilian Health Promotion Service and Family Advocacy and on the four dimensions of wellness: physical, emotional, social and spiritual.

Both Ms. Towry and Ms. Graver agreed the more people who participate in the survey, the better.

"The more people that take (the survey), the better picture we will get of the climate and how we are doing as wingmen," Ms. Graver said.

To take the survey visit