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CDC - Fact Sheets-Underage Drinking - Alcohol
Underage Drinking. Alcohol is the most commonly used and abused drug among youth in the United States. 1 Excessive drinking is responsible for more than 4,300 deaths among underage youth each year, and cost the U.S. $24 billion in economic costs in 2010. 2,3
Parents Empowered 2016
About the campaign. Our mission is to eliminate underage drinking. Parents are the number one reason kids don’t drink. Learn More
Legal drinking age - Wikipedia
The legal drinking age is the age at which a person can legally consume alcoholic beverages.These laws cover a wide range of issues and behaviors, addressing when and where alcohol can be consumed.
The Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Prevention ...
ICCPUD coordinates federal efforts to reduce underage drinking and served as a resource for the development of A Comprehensive Plan for Preventing and Reducing Underage Drinking, for which Congress called in 2004.
Underage Drinking Counseling - ArmyWriter.com
Purpose of Counseling. The purpose of this counseling is to address the topic of underage drinking and to ensure that you are aware of the unit's and the Army's policies on underage drinking and the consequences of not adhering to these policies.
Underage drinking | Drinkaware
Understand why children drink alcohol. Understanding why your child may want to drink alcohol can help you influence your child to make sensible choices.
Underage Drinking Example Counseling - Army Counseling Online
An example counseling given when it is brought to your attention that a Soldier may have participated in Underage Drinking. This sample counseling statement
Underage Drinking and Fake ID Counseling - ArmyWriter.com
Example of Counseling for Under Age Drinking, problem drinking and fake ID...
Project Extra Mile
Home Research About Policy Enforcement Awareness Youth Leadership Contact Us Welcome to Project Extra Mile. Project Extra Mile is a statewide network of community partnerships in Nebraska working to prevent and reduce alcohol-related harms.
'Sticker Shock' against underage drinking set for Friday
Warnings about the dangers of buying alcohol for minors are coming to liquor departments across the region on Friday in a coordinated "Project Sticker Shock" campaign.