Coalition for Drug-Free Youth asks White Center/North Highline residents to share their voice

**Survey is for North Highline and White Center residents only**

Rudy Garza, Coalition for Drug-Free Youth coordinator from Navos, shared the following announcement asking all White Center and North Highline residents to take a few minutes to fill out a survey about underage drinking and drug use in the community.

The response deadline is Oct. 31, and the survey can be found online here.

From Garza:

The Coalition for Drug-Free Youth is conducting a Community Survey to better understand what the White Center and North Highline communities know about issues regarding underage drug and alcohol use and your thoughts on how to deal with these issues.

Results from this survey, combined with data from other sources, will serve as the foundation for a Strategic Plan the Coalition will develop to reduce the incidence of underage drug and alcohol use by reducing risk factors and creating positive community norms.

This survey is restricted to adults ages 18+ and residents of the North Highline and unincorporated White Center communities, bordered geographically by SW Roxbury on the South end, Myers Way on the East, 124th on the South and 30th Ave. SW on the West.

To fill out the Community Survey online, please click on this link:


The Coalition for Drug-Free Youth educates, inspires and empowers youth, families and community to make positive choices regarding alcohol, tobacco and other drugs by working together to create positive community norms for a safe, comfortable and trusting environment.

We encourage our readers to comment. No registration is required. We ask that you keep your comments free of profanity and keep them civil. They are moderated and objectionable comments will be removed.