REACH (Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health) Risk Factor Survey
REACH gathers health-related information annually from selected communities across the United States where REACH U.S. community health interventions have been launched. The results of the survey are used in many ways, including improving REACH U.S. programs. These data allow CDC to track trends in community health in the areas where REACH U.S. interventions have been launched.
Unique address-based sampling approach that targets specific geographic areas across the country where REACH U.S. interventions have been implemented. Once the households have been sampled in each of the 28 communities, NORC at the University of Chicago conducts interviews by phone, mail and in-person.
For more information about the REACH U.S. Risk Factor Survey, please call the CDC Project Officer at 1-888-637-1563.