Make a Difference: Talk to Your Child About Alcohol
This guide is geared toward parents and guardians of young people ages 10 to 14. Parents can have a major impact on their children's drinking, especially during the preteen and early teen years. Use this guide to find ideas you are comfortable with, and use your own style in carrying out the approaches you find useful.
High School Graduation Fact Sheet
Research shows that parents do make a difference. You can share this fact sheet with the parents of your students to help them talk about alcohol before graduation celebrations begin.
College Fact Sheet for Parents
The consequences of excessive drinking by college students are more significant, more destructive, and more costly than many parents realize. These consequences affect students whether or not they drink. You can share this fact sheet with the parents of your students to help them prepare their sons and daughters by talking with them about the consequences of excessive drinking.
Snapshot of Drinking Consequences
This snapshot of annual high-risk college drinking consequences includes a concise list of facts outlining the effects of alcohol abuse on college campuses, communities, and students.