How often do you see or talk to people that you care about and feel close to [PRAPARE]
- How often do you see or talk to people that you care about and feel close to
- How often do you see or talk to people that you care about and feel close to (For example: talking to friends on the phone, visiting friends or family, going to church or club meetings)?
Normative Answer List: LL5335-6
Source: National Association of Community Health Centers
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- Version 2.66
- Last Updated
- Version 2.69
- Order vs. Observation
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