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New survey for families in need during pandemic

The survey will help address needs.
Posted at 4:58 PM, Apr 09, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-09 21:38:51-04

Zero to Five Montana released a survey to gather information about families and their needs during this pandemic.

Zero to Five Montana is a non profit organization dedicated to giving children a promising future and a great start in life.

This survey will give the organization an idea of what families need. The results will be given to local organizations in the state to better address those needs. The survey was released last week and already have gathered about 1,000 responses across the state.

“Parents are finding themselves in situations that they are not used to or looking for resources of information that they maybe didn't need a month ago. So, the purpose of this survey is to have a better understanding of what those types of services and needs are so that we can better connect those types of programs to parents in local communities,” says Caitlin Jensen, the Zero to Five Montana Executive Director.

Zero to Five Montana will be collecting data from this survey until tomorrow but the survey will be open until the end of April 2020 for future data collections.

Click here to go to the survey.