Canadian University of Victoria Survey for Peer-Support Groups for Alcohol

A group of researchers from Canada, led by Dr. Frederick Grouzet (Associate professor of psychology at the University of Victoria) in collaboration with Tyler Carey (Graduate Student), are currently conducting a survey on peer-support groups for problematic alcohol use, called “Sober Together.” They are inviting people (who are currently attending or have formerly attended peer-support groups) to complete a very brief online survey. The responses to the survey are kept confidential and analyzed anonymously. This research has been reviewed and approved by the University of Victoria Human Research Ethics Board. If you are interested in helping them to better understand the role of peer-support groups in recovery from problematic alcohol use, please use the following information:


Invitation Code: SOBER2DAY

LifeRing has reviewed and approved this survey and we encourage everyone who has had experience with peer-support groups to complete the survey.


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