HiTOPS, the adolescent health education organization based in Princeton, wants community feedback as part of an intensive planning effort to build the future of the local non-profit.
A small but mighty group, led by founder Bonnie Parker, brought to life a vision some 29 years ago to make sure adolescents had the resources that would enable them to make positive personal decisions about their health and relationships, and have access to confidential on-site health services specifically tailored to their needs.
Today, that spirit is very much alive and well at HiTOPS, and the organization is working to build upon this history and reaffirm its commitment to the health and well-being of adolescents. Over time, significant social and environmental changes have created new, more complex challenges for young people and those who raise and support them.
HiTOPS is gathering research, interviewing leaders and stakeholders, and connecting with anyone who cares about the health and well-being of young people. The survey is open to the public and can be completed by youth and adults alike. Direct knowledge or support for HiTOPS, its mission or current programs is not required.
The survey is completely anonymous, and most people finish it in just three to five minutes. HiTOPS asks that people share the survey link with their friends, family members and colleagues. Responses will be collected through Jan. 18th.
To take the survey, click here.