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Riverhead CAP is seeking parents of children in 4th through 12th grades to participate in an online survey about youth health and safety.

The anonymous survey will help CAP shape how the nonprofit group plans and delivers future prevention programs.

CAP’s first parent survey is designed to measure parental attitudes about youth substance use, as well as the kind of prevention programs, workshops, and content parents are most interested in.

Available in English or Spanish, the survey takes less than 15 minutes to complete.

“This is an opportunity for parents and guardians to help us plan and deliver prevention programs in a meaningful way,” said Felicia Scocozza, CAP’s executive director. “We really want to know what kind of offerings you are interested in, for both yourself and your children.”

Participants will have the chance to win one of four $50 gift cards by entering a drawing at a separate link. The four winners will choose from $50 gift cards to Amazon, Target, Stop & Shop or Tanger Outlets.

CAP was recently awarded a five-year federal Partnerships for Success grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The purpose of the grant is to create sustainable prevention and early intervention services in Riverhead. One of the goals is to increase parent participation in prevention and wellness activities.

“This survey is the first step toward that goal,” Scocozza said.

Parents and guardians can access the English survey here and the Spanish survey here. Links are also available on CAP’s website.

The deadline to participate is June 25.

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