CTC Youth Community Survey

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The Communities That Care (CTC) Youth Survey belongs to the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention in the office of the United States Government’s Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). This youth community survey is a questionnaire for use by community coalitions that uses the risk and protective factor model approach to assess youth problem behaviors, such as violence, delinquency, school dropout and substance abuse.

The CTC Youth Survey was developed by Drs. J. David Hawkins and Richard Catalano at the University of Washington’s Social Development Research Group. The CTC youth risk survey offered by Pride Surveys is an exact replica of the original, with the addition of SAMHSA’s new Core Measures, required by the Drug-Free Communities Grant effective February 2013.

While the survey questions are in the public domain and available for anyone to use, Pride Surveys performs scoring and analysis of your data to provide you with detailed reports within two weeks after completed surveys are received in our processing center. In addition, sites that administered the CTC Youth Survey previously offered by the Channing Bete Company can continue to collect data using our youth community survey.

To find out the many benefits of conducting student questionnaires like our community risk survey, speak with our team today at (800) 279-6361. You can also browse our full selection of survey products or read survey testimonials from professionals like you for more information.

What the CTC Youth Risk Behavior Survey Will Report

By choosing Pride Surveys, you’ll be able to quickly and easily administer a youth risk behavior and community survey while also receiving data and analysis performed by professionals and organized in our easy-to-understand reports. The questions in this youth risk behavior survey will allow you to collect data from students regarding:

  • Individual, family, school and community risk and protective factors
  • School safety
  • 30-Day and Lifetime data regarding tobacco, alcohol and other drugs
  • Age of first use of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs
  • Bullying
  • Perceived harmfulness of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs
  • Gangs
  • Neighborhood/community climate
  • Parents’ and friends’ feelings about tobacco, alcohol and other drug use
  • Family relationships

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Additional Resources for The Communities That Care Youth Survey

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