Burnaby Overdose Community Action Team Survey – People With Lived/Living Experience
The Burnaby Overdose Community Action Team (CAT) is working on a response to the opioid overdose crisis and we need the community’s help to identify both assets and gaps in Burnaby with respect to this ongoing emergency. This survey will take 5-10 minutes to complete. Responses will be coded and kept confidential, all identifying features will be removed. Participation is voluntary, you have the right to skip any questions and can withdraw participation at any time. Findings will help inform our response to the overdose crisis. If you have any questions before or after participation please do not hesitate to contact us: Ebony Swanson, CAT Coordinator, at eswanson@burnabyfamilylife.org or Merle Caasmann, Communications Strategist, at mcaasmann@burnabyfamilylife.org, or Amanda Staller, Peer Coordinator, at amanda.staller@purposesociety.org.
In your opinion, what is the single most important issue contributing to the overdose crisis in Burnaby? Please select only one option.
How would you go about finding information and resources regarding overdose prevention? Please select all that apply.
Please answer the following questions with yes or no.
Not Sure
Do you know how to recognize the signs of an overdose?
Are you at risk of an overdose?
Is someone you know at risk of an overdose?
Have you received naloxone training?
Have you used any of the following drugs in the past 12 months? Please select all that apply.
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