Tools for Coalition Development
The Coalition Kaizen is a survey of members that measures a coalition's ability to implement the essential processes and the Strategic Prevention Framework. The Coalition Kaizen helps community partnerships continuously improve their work.
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A Family Guide to Underage Drinking Prevention by SAMHSA
List of 7 key reasons why parents need to step up and not tolerate underage drinking.
Alcohol can literally stunt the way an adolescent brain grows, making it harder to think, remember things and make good judgments. Read this newspaper insert about the neurological effects of underage drinking and the power of parental prevention efforts.
Creating a conversation with children is an effective way to prevent underage drinking. The following activity can be used during family meals to start conversations with children.
5 popular myths against the drinking age of 21 unraveled and dispelled by MADD.
Underage drinking doesn’t always occur directly under your roof. This is a great tool provided by Boise State University to learn how to effectively communicate with your college student about alcohol abuse.
Do you know what the state laws are surrounding underage drinking? The University of Idaho partnered with the Idaho Law Foundation to educate young adults about their rights and responsibilities under the law as they transition from childhood to adulthood.