PLEASE DON'T SERVE OUR YOUTH!
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During prom and graduation season, youth will try to experiment with alcohol and other drugs. One-third of teenagers have attended parties in which parents were present and substance use by teens occurred, including alcohol use and use of illegal drugs, according to the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse, 2006.

 

The "Parents Who Host, Lose The Most: Don't be a party to teenage drinking" public awareness campaign was developed by Drug-Free Action Alliance to educate parents about the health and safety risks of serving alcohol at teen parties, and to increase awareness of and compliance with the Underage Drinking Laws.

 

 Protect your children by following these guidelines when hosting teen parties...

- Host safe, alcohol-free activities and events for youth.

- Refuse to supply alcohol to youth or allow drinking in your home or on your property.

- Be at home when your teenager has a party.

- Make sure your teenager's friends do not bring alcohol into your home.

- Talk to other parents about not providing alcohol at youth events.

- Call the PA Underage Drinking hotline (1-800-UNDER21) to report any underage drinking.

 

 I PLEDGE TO ENCOURAGE YOUTH TO BE SUBSTANCE-FREE BY...

- Hosting only alcohol, tobacco, and other drug-free parties for them.

- Not allowing child(ren) or their friends to possess or consume alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs on my property.

- Discouraging child(ren) from attending unsupervised parties.

"Parents Who Host, Lose the Most: Don't be a Party to Teenage Drinking" is a registered trademark of the Drug-Free Action Alliance. This project is funded by the Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health, Division of Drug & Alcohol Services and through grant funding from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.

 
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