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This website provides information for parents and community members about the risks of underage drinking and proven ways we can help more teens.
420. What do these numbers mean? Many parents are unaware that 420 has become a term associated with marijuana use and that April 20th has become a sort of “counter culture” holiday where people gather to celebrate and consume cannabis.
Knowledge is power, and so is your influence. Get the facts about how marijuana use can cause memory and learning problems in teens, and other risks to teen health. Find out what to say and do to help keep your teen drug-free. Visit www.learnaboutmarijuana.org...
Forty-three Washington community groups and organizations participated in Let's Draw The Line Between Youth and Alcohol 2013.
Many communities developed positive social norms campaigns as one of their Let's Draw The Line activities. Examples of social norms materials developed by communities are featured in the rotating display on this page.
Participation in past Let's Draw The Line Between Youth and Alcohol campaigns has been a powerful community involvement opportunity.
April is Alcohol Awareness Month, and what better time to get kids talking about the dangers of underage drinking?
SAMHSA’s Too Smart To Start Web site provides useful programs and strategies, downloadable materials, interactive games and exercises, and other resources to support youth, families, educators, and communities in responding to The Surgeon General's Call to Action To Prevent and Reduce Underage Drinking.
The site is divided into five categories: Tweens, Teens, Families, Educators, and Community Toolkit.
Activities for Kids
“Tweens”—generally, kids age 10 to 12—...