CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- If you were impacted by the recent water crisis, you may get a knock on the door this week.
The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control are conducting a survey in the nine-county area affected.
Starting on Tuesday, the 35-question survey will be distributed. It will include questions, including how residents heard about the crisis and how they think it was handled.
While it will help give officials information about the spill, more importantly, it will determine how they proceed with their plan.
"It'll also assist us for future such events to make sure that we are prepared and ready to respond and support the community's needs," Epidemiologist Loretta Haddy said.
Officials hope to have the results completed in about a month.