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Group launches community survey

SCHUYLER COUNTY--The Schuyler County Coalition on Underage Drinking and Drugs (SCCUDD) has launched its 2019 community survey, and they are inviting all community members over the age of 18 to weigh in on issues concerning youth substance use.
The 2019 edition of the survey is the second community survey to be conducted and asks for community input on a variety of issues, including opinions on youth use of alcohol and drugs, community policies surrounding alcohol and tobacco, and recreational marijuana.
Past survey results have played a large part in guiding SCCUDD's activities and helping the coalition set goals for addressing problems identified by the community. "The community survey provides SCCUDD with the chance to listen to the community and try to align our work with the problems they are being faced with," says Ward Brower, SCCUDD project coordinator.
The survey is available online at www.surveymonkey.com/r/2019SCCUDD. It is completely anonymous and will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. Please contact the Schuyler County Coalition on Underage Drinking and Drugs if you have any questions by calling 607-535-8140.
SCCUDD is a group of dedicated community members, businesses and agencies that work to prevent, reduce and delay the onset of substance use among Schuyler County youth by collaborating with their community partners, promoting prevention education and substance-free activities, and implementing environmental strategies. SCCUDD works to reduce youth use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs as they can cause lifelong problems. SCCUDD's vision is a connected community where youth have education, resources and drug-free options to help their journey to become happy, healthy adults.
For more information, or to become involved with SCCUDD, visit SCCUDD online at www.schuylercounty.us/sccudd, or follow SCCUDD on Facebook and Twitter





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