Talk. They Hear You – Underage Drinking Prevention

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Talk. They Hear You – Underage Drinking Prevention

Talk to your children early on about turning down alcohol use. Children that have positive parental influence and are aware of the consequences will more likely resist peer pressures to drink alcohol.

SAMHSA‘s underage drinking prevention campaign helps parents and caretakers start talking to their children early about the dangers of alcohol.

Help for Talking About Alcohol

5 Conversation Goals
Action Plan
Answering Your Child’s Tough Questions About Alcohol
Family Agreement Form: Avoiding Alcohol
Help for Talking About Alcohol
Join the #WeTalked Campaign (PDF | 5.3 MB)


How To Tell If Your Child Is Drinking Alcohol
The Consequences of Underage Drinking
What You Can Do To Prevent Your Child From Drinking
Why Small Conversations Make a Big Impression
Why You Should Talk With Your Child About Alcohol
Why Your Child Might Start Drinking


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