BROOKLINE — Health Commissioner Dr. Swannie Jett and the Brookline Department of Public Health invite residents to take part in the Town of Brookline Marijuana Survey.
The survey, which is open to all Brookline residents aged 18 and older, was developed in order to help health officials better understand marijuana use in Brookline and the health needs of town residents. Survey results will be used to assist health officials in developing marijuana-related education and awareness programs.
Adult residents may complete the survey online by clicking here. It includes multiple-choice and short-answer questions about individual marijuana use, as well as questions about marijuana in Brookline in general. The survey does not ask respondents for any personal identifying information.
“This survey will help us have a better understanding about marijuana use in town, as well as residents’ feelings about marijuana in general so that we can identify their concerns and develop programming that is responsive to their needs,” Dr. Jett said.
For additional information about the survey, please call the town Department of Public Health directly at 617-730-2300.