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Parents, Talk To Your Children

Age 9-13

Set the tone. Start an open dialog about alcohol and drugs during the preteen years so your child will feel comfortable discussing these topics as they grow older.

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Age 14-17

The chances of encountering alcohol and drugs increase dramatically in high school. Be prepared, so you know the right thing to say at the right time.

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Age 18-20

You’re not done being a parent. And your child’s needs as they enter adulthood can be very unique. Continue to guide them through life’s challenges with your wisdom.

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Watch Now

As your child becomes more and more curious about alcohol and drugs, he or she may turn to you for answers and advice.

Know the risks of consuming alcohol and drugs at the same time? Watch and learn.

A young mind is a work in progress. See how alcohol and drugs can impair the brain’s evolution.

The difference between a memorable night and terrible night could come down to one conversation.