The goal of the Kent County Drug and Alcohol Survey (KCDAS) is to assess alcohol and drug behaviors for 12-18 year olds in Kent County, Michigan. This project is externally funded by a non-GRAAHI partner. The Kent County Prevention Coalition (KCPC) invests in protecting the health and well being of Kent County residents through the prevention of substance misuse. The Kent County Prevention Coalition, an affiliate of Network 180, received a grant through the Drug Free Communities Program (DFC) to conduct this project. GRAAHI was selected as the Survey Project Manager for development, implementation and administration for this community-based survey. The KCDAS will be administered in the Kent County area to assess the prevalence of substance use among teens between 12-18 years of age. Over 1,200 surveys will be administered. The results will help drive community awareness, assist in targeted prevention, and serve as a gauge for the evaluation of programming. This survey will be conducted annually for four years.
Parents: Do you have any children between 12-18 years of age? If so, please click here to participate in the parent survey!
*For additional questions or comments, please contact Andrae Ivy at Andrae.Ivy@graahi.org.*