Drug council urgently seeks survey volunteers

| 25/04/2012

marijuana.jpg(CNS): The National Drug Council urgently needs volunteers to assist with the latest drug survey. Currently in the process of interviewing students for cycle six of the critical survey officials from the council are calling on the community to help with the critical research project which involves interviewing students in both public and private schools grades 7-12. The NDC said it needs twenty people to help on Tuesday 1 May for one in the morning and a further fifty volunteers on Wednesday 2 May also for just one hour in the morning. The survey aims to gain a better understanding of drug use among middle and high school students in the Cayman Islands which will help to create evidence based policy.

As well as providing factual information to create relevant policies and programmes to address drug misuse and meet the needs of young people it also helps to strengthening prevention programmes.

Training is provided for all survey administrators and we welcome all suitable volunteers. For further information please call the NDC at 949-9000 or email us on info@ndc.ky
 

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  1. anonymous says:

    I do not drink alcohol nor use hard drugs,i only take a little draw now and then,can i still volunteer?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Who do we contact to help?

    CNS: As shown above please call 949-9000 or email info@ndc.ky