Auburn Prevention Coalition looks for community input

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The Auburn Prevention Coalition is looking for community input regarding youth substance use in the community.

The community is invited to take a short survey — available in English and Spanish — about how adults perceive youth substance use. The survey results help secure funding that is used to prevent youth use in Auburn. The community responses help inform and improve prevention programs for Auburn youth.

The Auburn Prevention Coalition’s mission statement is: “Reduce, prevent and eliminate underage drug and alcohol use by engaging, educating, and empowering all members of our multicultural community.”

The survey links are below:

Online survey English

https://www.research.net/r/KIAUEN2020

Online survey Spanish

https://es.research.net/r/KIAUSP2020

For more information about the surveys or the Auburn Prevention Coalition,contact Ashley Boyd, coordinator for prevention and intervention services at aboyd@auburn.wednet.edu.




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