The information received will be used to assess alcohol use and misuse in Ottawa and Delaware counties, and help determine tasks and strategies to decrease alcohol abuse and misuse.

NORTHEAST OKLAHOMA – An online community survey on adult binge drinking has been launched by the ROCMND Regional Prevention Coordinator seeking input from residents, workers, and frequent visitors to Delaware and Ottawa Counties.

ROCMND RPC works with communities on stopping underage drinking, drug use, and tobacco use as well as misuse across the life span using environmental strategies to make changes in social norms around alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

By completing the survey, participants will also have the opportunity to enter a drawing through July 31 for one of four $100 gift cards.

"Participants don't have to be just residents of those counties," said ROCMND RPC Preventionist Clarissa Sumpter. "We need input from those that work there or even just frequent the area."

The information received will be used by the agency to assess alcohol use and misuse in Ottawa and Delaware counties, which will help determine the tasks and strategies ROCMND RPC needs to implement a plan to decrease alcohol abuse and misuse.

Click here to participate: Adult Binge Drinking Survey

ROCMND RPC serves Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Nowata, Ottawa, Rogers, and Washington counties in northeast Oklahoma. The agency is funded through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, and the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.