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How many community members are concerned about site?
What is the level of the community's concern? Is the level of community concern higher or lower than would be expected based on the environmental health risk alone at the site? Are community concerns known?
How many community members live near site?
Are there any potentially sensitive populations that could be exposed? Does socio-demographic information suggest a need for additional community involvement resources, such as translation, interpreter services, or cultural brokers?
How do the community members get information? From newspaper, radio, television, Internet, word-of-mouth? Community's interest in the public health assessment process: How involved in the public health assessment process would the community like to be? Specific types of media?
Would some community members or community groups prefer e-mailed newsletters and updates?
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How active are they? Will ATSDR be working with a specific community group already formed or should the agency consider forming a new one? What has the community already heard from the media?
Are there misconceptions that need to be dispelled? Will media support require more community involvement resources than usual? Should the Office of Communication be directly involved?
ATSDR's support of the community: Are there American Indian or Alaskan Native communities at the site? Are there particular issues of concern e.
Will the Environmental Justice program be involved? What past experiences has the community had with government agencies?
Does the site have a higher level of need for community involvement resources, such as the need to keep the community informed more regularly than usual?
How active will the regional representative be in community involvement efforts? Environmental Public Health Is the site a public health hazard? Is the hazard acute or chronic? Are environmental health risks unknown? Does site work involve a health study or exposure investigation?
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