WHEN:DFCC launches community survey
The Webster coalition wants to measure adult perceptions of underage drug and alcohol use
(Webster Health and Education Network: A Drug Free Community Coalition)
Webster, NY - WHEN:DFCC, Webster Health and Education Network: A Drug Free Community Coalition, has launched a community survey to measure adult perceptions of underage drug and alcohol use in Webster, in order to further its efforts to “Empower Webster kids to grow up strong and substance free.” The coalition hopes to better understand how the ongoing pandemic has impacted underage substance use, and how to best support Webster families in 2021.
Complete the short survey at: whendfcc.org/survey
“We know the pandemic has been hard on teens,” said Executive Director Janine Sanger. “WHEN:DFCC is focused on providing kids and families the tools and skills they need to safely weather this storm. A clearer picture of what is happening today in Webster will help us meet their needs. That’s why our coalition is asking for everyone’s input now.”
The organization hopes at least 500 area adults will complete the online survey, which only takes about five minutes. Upon completion of the survey, respondents will have the option to enter a drawing for a $100 VISA gift card.
“The community’s feedback is critical to our work and we are grateful for every submission,” stated Sanger.
The survey will be available throughout the month of February at whendfcc.org/survey Survey results will be published in WHEN:DFCC’s free monthly e-newsletter. Interested community members may subscribe to the e-newsletter at: whendfcc.org/subscribe. Learn more about WHEN:DFCC and its upcoming programs at WHENdfcc.org.