You, your child and alcohol is a booklet that offers parents advice and guidance on how to discuss alcohol with their child and encourages them to think about how their relationship with alcohol can influence their children.
The booklet was originally developed as part of a campaign by the Public Health Agency, the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety, the Police Service of Northern Ireland, the Northern Ireland Office and the Northern Ireland Policing Board to tackle the issue of underage drinking.
Read more from Public Health Agency (Northern Ireland)
Download the booklet
How do you act when a minor younger sister or a brother asks to buy alcohol for them? Learning to say NO.
By Alko, the state alcohol retail monopoly in Finland (May 2017).
Find more from HERE
Aiming to increase young people’s awareness of alcohol-related harm and encourage them to lead an alcohol-free lifestyle, the Department of Health (Hong Kong) launched the “Young and Alcohol Free” publicity campaign last year and the GIF design contest is one of the key initiatives of the campaign. Submissions were invited in March this year and nearly 200 animated GIF entries were received under two categories, namely the Family Category for local primary school students along with their parents, and the Secondary School Category for students from secondary schools. Prizes in each category, including the Best Animated GIF Award, the Most Popular Award and the Most Active Participating School Award, were presented at today’s ceremony.
Read more http://www.info.gov.hk
A complete list of all award winners is available on the DH’s “Change for Health” website. For details, please visit www.change4health.gov.hk/en/alcohol_aware/youngandalcoholfree/gifcontest/index.html
From the agency DMO, comes this campaign on the risks of the alcohol in teenagers. It is direct and incisive. You can follow the rest of the campaign in Instagram and Twitter, across the hastag: *Nomoredestroyedbrains
Let´s Talk Drugs a ProjectKnow.com podcast.
ProjectKnow.com aims to inform parents and family members of those struggling with addiction, as well as addicts and alcoholics themselves, about the options available for treating addiction. With a library of original content as well as the introduction of content from our sister site Child.net (launched 1998, now merged here), and a national directory of teen resources, addiction therapists, treatment centers, and sober living providers, we educate in simple language. While ProjectKnow.com is not meant to take the place of advice from medical professionals, who should always be consulted regarding issues of substance abuse or potential behavioral health disorders, we do provide overviews and offer a referral service that can expedite the process of familiarizing yourself with use, abuse, dependency, treatment and recovery topics and options.
ProjectKnow.com is brought to you by Recovery Brands, LLC, a California based provider of addiction resources.
The #NoPartyParents campaign goal is to deter underage drinking at house parties by showcasing what social host situations can look like and the fines that are associated with them. The social host ordinance holds homeowners and “party parents” responsible when they supply minors with the location to consume alcohol. The #NoPartyParents campaign serves as a tool for parents and children to discuss candidly situations where adults may be harming minors and others by providing a place to gather and consume alcohol.
Find more http://nopartyparents.com/
By SACADA – Circles of San Antonio Coalition
There’s no wrong time to discuss the health risks and dangers of alcohol and why it’s so bad for kids to start drinking before they’re 21.
Find more from http://www.drinkinghurtsthinking.com/
by Delaware Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (USA).
Next Step Community Solutions
is “making each day count” for National Prevention Week this year with today’s theme of prevention of underage drinking & alcohol misuse.
ParentsEmpowered.org is a media and education campaign funded by the Utah Legislature and designed to prevent and reduce underage drinking in Utah by providing parents and guardians with information about the harmful effects of alcohol on the developing teen brain, along with proven skills for preventing underage alcohol use.
Learn more from Parents Empowered
See the archive
of different campaigns run under Parents Empowered.