Wilmington Caretaker Survey


Wilmington’s Health & Recovery Unit (HRU) is looking to gain insights from individuals who have active roles in a youth’s life – this could be parents, guardians, teachers, coaches, religious leaders, adult siblings, grandparents, aunts/uncles, adult friends, etc.

Together in partnership with the Public Health Excellence Tri-ton Coalition of Burlington, Lexington, and Wilmington and MassCALL3, HRU is seeking out members of the community to participate in an anonymous survey to gain further understanding of what Wilmington’s youth experience regarding mental health & substance use and how we can best support them and their networks. A brief 3–4-minute survey will greatly help us better serve the community.

Key findings will be reviewed, and a summary will be given along with next steps that the above noted groups will be taking to better our community resources.

Scan the QR code below with your phone’s camera or visit the link below to take the survey and help us better help our youth https://bit.ly/caretaker-youth-survey

Hard copies of the survey are also available at the Public Safety Building, Veteran’s Office, and Board of Health (Town Hall).

For more information about the survey please contact Katy Doughty (Public Health Excellence Tri-ton Coalition’s epidemiologist) kdoughty@burlington.org or Samantha Cavanaugh (Health & Recovery Coordinator) scavanaugh@wpd.org