Here’s what you need to know to keep your kids safe and thankful this holiday season.
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The holidays are here! It’s a fun time for family and friends. It can also be stressful for many parents and their children especially with the increase of alcohol everywhere. There will be parties and many opportunities for teens to drink underage. Here’s
what you need to know to keep your kids safe and ensure everyone has a fun and thankful holiday season.
Beware of Blackout Wednesday
Is your teen talking about going to a holiday or “Friendsgiving” party with their peers? Make sure you know the facts first. The Wednesday before Thanksgiving is also called Blackout Wednesday or Drinksgiving because often teens use this opportunity to
party with old friends back from college. Learn what every parent needs to know about teenage parties this holiday season!
You hear people talk about it, but do you know the real statistics behind teen drinking? The numbers will shock you! Did you know that 11 percent of all alcohol is consumed by people between the ages of 12 and 20? It’s true! Learn more about this and other
mind-blowing statistics about underage drinking.
Most of us know that teenage drinking is a problem, but do you know why teens start drinking? Understanding how the problem starts is a big part of figuring out a solution. Read our blog to learn about five causes of teen drinking and how you can prevent
underage drinking before it starts.
Talk It Out is a program funded by the North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission to reduce the statewide problem of underage drinking. We know
that as a parent, your child’s safety is your #1 priority. Studies show that teens who talk openly with parents about alcohol are less likely to binge drink.