LAYTON -- Davis HELPS plans to address the growing problem of alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes by conducting an online survey to collect opinions about drinking and driving.
Davis HELPS, with funding from the Strategic Prevention Framework-State Incentive Grant, will conduct an anonymous online survey to gather community-level needs assessment data from Davis County adults who drink alcohol.
"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," said Debi Todd, Davis HELPS spokeswoman.
To take the survey, visit http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DavisCountySurvey.
The information gathered from it will be used to select strategies for alcohol-related prevention programs in the county, Todd said.