The University of Central Florida’s Institute for Social and Behavioral Sciences (ISBS) partnered with the Orange County Drug Free Office to survey Orange County residents 18 and older about their knowledge about and perceptions of opioids and Good Samaritan laws. Participants were also asked questions about their mental and physical health, substance use during the time of COVID-19, as well as demographic questions.
opioids, Good Samaritan Laws, health, substance use, COVID-19, survey
Orange County Drug Free Office
Institute for Social and Behavioral Science
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Daniel Skinner, L., Fernandez-Reiss, J., Austin, C., & Donley, A. (2020). CARA Orange County Residents Survey: Technical Report. Institute for Social and Behavioral Science Retrieved from https://stars.library.ucf.edu/isbs/2