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Small Alcohol Bottles Survey

Known as “nips,” small alcohol bottles contain a few ounces of hard liquor and cost less than $2.

If you live in Arlington, Cambridge, Everett, or Somerville, you are invited to take a short anonymous survey about small alcohol bottles to help these communities better understand the impact of “nips” on youth and the environment.

2019 Small Alcohol Bottles Community Survey:
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The survey is a project of the Substance Abuse Prevention Collaborative, a four-city partnership of Arlington, Cambridge, Everett and Somerville. The collaborative is supported by a federal grant administered by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

For more information about the survey, contact Mary Kowalczuk at the Cambridge Public Health Department at mkowalczuk@challiance.org.
Posted on July 10, 2019

Mary Kowalczuk, MSW
Manager, Substance Abuse Prevention Programs
Email: Mary Kowalczuk