Measuring

To take action, we need to know where we are starting.

This is the reason Wello is introducing a well-being survey, allowing you, residents of Brown County, to identify the most pressing well-being problems in our community. Click here to take the survey!

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We uncover and monitor data and trends that affect our daily lives.

Wello's primary data collection tool is adapted from the World Health Organization’s Quality of Life – BREF survey. This tool has been tested and proven to effectively identify well-being problems.  It will collect the local, Brown County voice in four discrete elements of health and well-being. These include an individual’s:

  • Physical
    Well-Being

    Nutrition, physical activity, sleep, pain management, stress

  • Emotional
    Well-Being

    Emotional health, sense of purpose, outlook, isolation

  • Community
    Well-Being

    Environment, civic engagement, financial health, lifelong learning

  • Social
    Well-Being

    Relationships, spirituality, support, connection

Survey

Build evidence to amplify and support local efforts.

Results will allow us to pinpoint where to take action to address the unique factors that are preventing people from being as well as possible. It also showcases were progress is made over time.

Lend your voice! If you live in Brown County, WI, and are 18 or older, we invite you to take this community survey. All responses are confidential and de-identified. You can complete the survey now through  August 31. 

Visualizing Greater Green Bay’s Well-Being

Your Voice

Brown County Measure Coming Soon!

Take the Community Well-Being Survey now!

Measures to Dive Deeper

Physical Well-Being

Feeling good to live a full, well life.

Well-Being Indicator:

 Coming Soon!

 Brown County Measure

Supporting Brown County, WI Metrics

Adult Obesity Rate:

%

2018, County Health Rankings

Adult Physical Inactivity:

%

2018, County Health Rankings

Poor Physical Health Days:

2018, County Health Rankings

Goals:

Coming with our data in 2019!

Actions:

Thousands more people are on the trails during the winter months because they are now plowed!

Read more in our community stories

Pillars of physical well-being include:

Sleep: Being rested and recharged to take on your day.
Stress Management: Finding healthy ways of relieving stress to gain control over your life.
Movement: Moving your body each day to improve your overall health.
Emotions: Joy, love and compassion in your life.
Nutrition: Fueling your body in a way that makes you feel and function well.

Emotional Well-Being

A sense of purpose and mental clarity to thrive.

Well-Being Indicator:

 Coming Soon!

 Brown County Measure

Supporting Brown County, WI Metrics

Poor Mental Health Days:

2018, County Health Rankings

Goals:

Coming with our data in 2019!

Actions:

Work with local schools to ensure all children, teachers and caregivers have the social, emotional, and academic skills they need to learn and thrive.

Read more in our community stories

Emotional well-being is about how you feel. It includes your overall happiness, your outlook on life, and having a sense of purpose.

Social Well-Being

Supporting each other to live well.

Well-Being Indicator:

 Coming Soon!

 Brown County Measure

Supporting Brown County, WI Metrics

Voter Participation:

%

2018, US News Healthy Communities

Goals:

Coming with our data in 2019!

Actions:

Established the Well-Being Influencer Network to connect individuals passionate about well-being and create opportunities for community work to be a fun, purposeful connection with neighbors.

Learn more on our Well-Being Influencer page.

Social well-being is about creating meaningful, positive relationships and impacts in the community. It also encompasses spirituality or a connection with a faith-based community.

Community Well-Being

Every person has the opportunity to flourish and reach their full potential.

Well-Being Indicator:

 Coming Soon!

 Brown County Measure

Supporting Brown County, WI Metrics

Walk Score:

2018, Walk Score

Bike Score:

2018, Walk Score

High School Graduation Rate:

%

2016, American Community Survey

Disparities of Children in Poverty:

White
%
Black
%
Hispanic

2018, County Health Rankings

Goals:

Coming with our data in 2019!

Actions:

Green Bay students now can ride the bus for free due to a collaborative agreement providing more access to school and the community as well as increasing walking and biking to and from the bus stop.

Read more in our community stories.

Community well-being is about having access to places to be active and connect you to the places you need to go. It’s about good schools to prepare our kids for the future and opportunities for lifelong learning. Community well-being is also about having the economic and financial means to meet your families needs now and throughout your lifetime.

Our Measurement Partners

This survey is supported by our local research partners at the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay's Consortium of Applied Research and St. Norbert College's Strategic Research Institute.

 

Our local community partners include Brown County United Way and Brown County Health and Human Services. This project is funded in part from a grant from the Basic Needs Giving Partnership of the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation, which includes the U.S. Venture Fund for Basic Needs, the J.J. Keller Foundation and donors of the Community Foundation.