2014 Community Survey - Mason County Department Of Health


Shelton area community member,

We still need your input. We are still 100 surveys short of our goal of 250.

The survey will ask about your concerns regarding substance abuse among youth in our area.

The survey will help collect local data for planning and confirm or refute community and coalition assumptions. It will also guide our work to develop effective substance abuse prevention programs in our community.

Please pass the survey on to Co-workers, friends and family.

Here are your 2014 Community Survey links in English and Spanish:


The survey is designed by the Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery to take a look at community social norms.

PUD 3 Special Meeting, Rate Hearing and 2015 Budget Hearing - November 10

The Mason County PUD No. 3 Board of Commissioners has scheduled two public hearings for Monday, November 10, 2014, to discuss modifications of electricity rates and the 2015 proposed budget. The rate hearing is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m. at 2621 E. Johns Prairie Road in the Skookum Auditorium and will be followed immediately by the hearing for the 2015 proposed budget. 
A special business meeting will follow the public hearings on Monday, November 10, due to the Veterans Day holiday falling on the regularly scheduled meeting day of Tuesday, November 11th.

“Exercise Coaching In Action” ‒ November Topic For Mgh&Fc Shelton Diabetes Support Group Meeting

SHELTON, Wash. – Keeping weight under control and staying in shape is the best possible way to manage diabetes, prevent its complications, and live a normal, healthy life.  To promote this, the November Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics Shelton Diabetes Support Group meeting will present “Exercise Coaching in Action” on Thursday, November 20, 2014 from 1 to 2 p.m. in the Pershing and Ellinor Meeting Rooms at Mason General Hospital.

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Community Services Group Meeting Nov. 11 -Cancelled

At the Public Works Building: 100 W Public Works Dr., Shelton WA 98584. Time:  1:00pm-2:25pm (starts at 1:05pm). Topic: Bridge to Prosperity & MC-CHIP. Kim Klint will give an update on the collective work under the Bridge to Prosperity model, as well as an update on our County Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) & how your engagement is critical to our overall success.

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