If you’re 21 years old and older, share your thoughts in a survey about drinking and driving, you could win a new iPad and other prizes.
Names of anyone submitting opinions will be kept anonymous, says Debi Todd of Davis Behavioral Health.
Deadline is Sept. 30. Go to http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DavisCountySurvey.
After completing the anonymous/confidential online survey, participants can enter their contact information for a chance to win the iPad or gift card.
The contest is part of Davis HELP’s efforts to build awareness about drinking and driving and the growing problem of alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes.
The nonprofit group receives funds from the Strategic Prevention Framework-State Incentive Grant, a federally funded substance abuse prevention program.
“Available state and county level data suggests that adult citizens ages 21 to 35 are at an increased risk for alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes,” Todd says.
Davis HELPS is using the anonymous survey to collect data as required in project requirements.
“Our objective in conducting these surveys is to obtain knowledge and understanding of the community members’ opinions and beliefs about why people drink and drive, which often results in alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes,” she says.
Alcohol-related prevention program strategies will be formulated in part from survey results.