Community Survey 2019
Please help out the SJI Prevention Coalition by participating in this community survey. Cynthia explains that they need more public input…
The deadline to gather community input is Saturday, December 14 (and) we have not yet reached the minimum requirement for participation in this annual mandatory CPWI Coalition survey.
Please complete the survey ASAP, if you have not done so; thank you to those that have completed the survey. Please also circulate via email, newsletters, social media: facebook page, twitter and organizational website page. Add a brief personal message. See below for links and background info. (P.S. This is not the Coalition Assessment Tool taken at the coalition meeting on October 18=-)
This survey takes 3-5 minutes, and we need to gather parent responses. Click here for the survey:
Please help support prevention by taking 3-5 minutes to complete the short online survey! Community perspective and perceptions are a very important aspect of our prevention work where our primary focus is having each and every child in our community reach his or her full potential.
Once you have taken the survey, please cut and paste the links into a personalized invitation to your organizations of work and play. Annually, our effort is to have a cross sample that represents the demographics of our island. I would love that San Juan Island be the first community to break the historic statewide split of 70% female responders and 30% male since it is about 50-50. Also, a Spanish version is provided and we typically fall short of meeting a 10-12% target. Our best year of responses has been 363….let’s shoot for 400! If every coalition member got 10 surveys completed, that would put us at that goal.
Annually, the San Juan Island Prevention Coalition, as a Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI), participates in the WA Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery’s annual survey that is a required component for assessment and evaluation for the state and federal funding that supports our community based prevention efforts! This what is called a convenience survey, meaning “who ever we can reach.” The link will be posted on our website www.sjifrc.org
Please, please, please take a few minutes to help our coalition gain some good information from our community!
Cynthia Stark-Wickman, M. Ed., CPP
Prevention Coordinator, San Juan County Health and Community Services
Executive Coordinator, San Juan Island Prevention Coalition