Survey for Young Adults to Help Target Drug Prevention Efforts

Survey for Young Adults to Help Target Drug Prevention Efforts

In an effort to better target opioid and other drug prevention efforts, the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) is seeking opinions of young adults between the ages of 18-25. The survey is anonymous and voluntary, and asks questions about use of alcohol, prescription drugs, and heroin.

An initiative of the Partnership for Success and the OMNI Institute, an organization that works to help organize substance use campaigns, the survey seeks comparison data from residents in various areas across the Commonwealth of Virginia concerning attitudes, knowledge and drug use of young people.

Participants will be asked to select their three biggest substance abuse issues for their demographic in their community. They will also be asked about their perceptions of risk and other questions. The survey takes no more than five minutes to complete.

As an incentive, all those taking the survey will be eligible to enter to win a $250 gift card. (Contact information for the drawing will be collected in a separate location and will not be linked to survey responses.)

Participants in the survey must be Virginia residents and between the ages of 18 and 25.

The survey is live now through Aug. 31; share the link with young adults in your community: