Underage Alcohol Use: Summary and Next Steps
Underage alcohol use is a serious problem. Many teens are experimenting with and using alcohol on a regular basis—how can you protect your child from the dangers of underage alcohol use? By preparing your daughter or son to deal with peer pressure and negative situations, and taking appropriate action if she or he does experiment with alcohol, you can be sure that you are providing the best possible support for your child. You may even find that you’re making a positive impact in your community by keeping other kids away from alcohol.
Other Useful Web Sites
- Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Prevent and Reduce Underage Drinking — Read the surgeon general’s call to action and download action guides for communities, educators, and families.
- StopAlcoholAbuse.gov — Containing a large number of federal resources, this is a comprehensive action site aimed at reducing underage alcohol use.
- A Kid’s Guide to the Effects of Alcohol — A website to share with your children about alcohol and how to deal with peer pressure involving alcohol.
- Alcohol Use
- Drug Use
- Depression and Suicide
- Tobacco Use
- Bullying and Cyberbullying
- Early Sexual Activity
- Eating Disorders
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