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Take the anonymous drug and alcohol survey to make services the better


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Take the anonymous drug and alcohol survey to make services the better

Posted by on 20 November 2017

To help make services for young people the best possible, the Public Health team at Suffolk County Council are working on a project to understand more about young people in Suffolk using drugs and alcohol.

For a lot of young people, alcohol and sometimes drugs are part of the experiences of growing up. But for some young people, using alcohol or drugs leads to bad experiences, harm to health or relationships and other problems.

We want to get an idea of how many young people in Suffolk use alcohol and drugs, how much and how often. This is to help us make sure the right amount of help is available for young people, in the right places and for the right things.

As a young person, you can help us by answering the questions in this confidential survey. It's useful to hear from as many people as possible, with any amount of drug and alcohol use including none at all.

Everything you put in this survey is anonymous. We will ask you for some details like your age and gender, but no one can link your answers to you.

Answer the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/youngpeople_substances

If you have concerns about drugs or alcohol and want to talk to someone, please call Turning Point on 0300 1230872 or email Suffolk@turning-point.co.uk You can find more information about drugs and alcohol at http://www.talktofrank.com/

 

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