PHDMC/WSU Tobacco-Free Parks Survey

Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County and the Wright State University School of Professional Psychology have worked together to create a short, 10-question survey to gauge community interest around tobacco- free parks and recreation centers. Many communities across the nation have chosen to have their parks become tobacco- free for the following reasons:

 

 

This survey is for Montgomery County residents only. The direct link to the survey is  

http://survey.phdmc.org/index.php?sid=79945&lang=en  

It can also be accessed through our website,  http://www.phdmc.org/getup  and then clicking on the survey banner at the top of the page.

 

Because we would like to reach as many Montgomery County residents as possible, please post the survey on your organization’s website and encourage employees, friends and family to complete it by April 21st. 

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