The Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (MiBRFSS) is an annual, state-level telephone survey of Michigan residents, aged 18 years and older. These annual, state-level surveys, also known as Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Surveys (MiBRFS) act as the only source of state-specific, population-based estimates of the prevalence of various behaviors, medical conditions, and preventive health care practices among Michigan adults.
These reports are combined results from several years of surveys and include results from the Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph region. There are not enough surveys performed in each of our counties separately to have county level data. Surveying adults at the County level is extremely expensive and the CHA does not participate in the BRFS at the single county level.