Posted December 13, 2016 at 5:46 am by Tim Dustrude
The SJI Prevention Coalition is asking for more responses to their community survey. Here they are with more…
We need to move our Community Survey response rate up by December 30th!
The annual Community Survey provides valuable information to the coalition as we work to prevent and reduce youth substance use and abuse! As a component of San Juan Island Prevention Coalition’s participation in the state’s Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative, we are a part of the state system, and our funders want to know what we know about our community.
This is one way of gathering adult perspectives about youth use of alcohol and drugs. If you need a bit of a pitch, know that the prevention funding supports youth leadership, prevention curriculum in the schools, as well as a full time prevention intervention specialist support system for the school district. If you need ideas, check out our website at www.sjipc.org
or go to our facebook page… you can get to it from the website.
Please circulate within your circle of influence with a personal invitation to participate. Our goal is to have a cross-section of respondents that represents the full demographics of San Juan Island. A Spanish online survey is also available.
Please complete the annual Community Survey yourself, if you have not already done so, by clicking on the link below. There are 24 questions, and 8 demographic questions. It takes about 6–8 minutes to complete.
ONLINE SURVEY ENGLISH
ONLINE SURVEY SPANISH
You can support the San Juan Update by doing business with our loyal advertisers, and by making a one-time contribution or a recurring donation.
Categories: Community, Education, Health & Wellness
Receive followup comments updates: RSS 2.0
No comments yet. Be the first!
By submitting a comment you grant the San Juan Update a perpetual license to reproduce your words and name/web site in attribution. Inappropriate, irrelevant and contentious comments may not be published at an admin's discretion. Your email is used for verification purposes only, it will never be shared.