Talk, They Hear You

Talk. They Hear You. Underage Drinking Prevention


Caravel Middle School PALS student group conducted a school-wide poster contest to spread the word about dangers of underage drinking

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Parent Resources

 

Check out these resources to help you start—and keep up—the conversation about the dangers of drinking alcohol at a young age.

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Help for Talking About Alcohol

5 Conversation Goals
Action Plan - A step-by-step guide for parents to create an action plan to start the conversation.
Answering Your Child's Tough Questions About Alcohol
Family Agreement Form: Avoiding Alcohol- A signed pledge for youth and their parents to accept their part to avoid underage drinking.
Help for Talking About Alcohol-6 tips for parents to discuss with their children about the dangers of drinking alcohol.
Join the #WeTalked Campaign (PDF | 5.3 MB)

Background

How To Tell If Your Child Is Drinking Alcohol
The Consequences of Underage Drinking
What You Can Do To Prevent Your Child From Drinking-4 strategies parents can use to help prevent their child from drinking.
Why Small Conversations Make a Big Impression-Frequent open discussions are more sustainable.
Why You Should Talk With Your Child About Alcohol
Why Your Child Might Start Drinking