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Hello Prevention Partners, 

 

While the school year comes to an end and summer break begins, students need guidance on making healthy choices for a safe and worthwhile summer! Did you know that underage drinking trends upwards in the summer months and during times of transition? Show your kids you are paying attention and encourage them to have fun without alcohol or other drugs this summer and graduation season.

How can parents and caregivers get informed, be prepared and take action when having discussions with children and teens about the risks and dangers of underage drinking and other substance use? 

Check out the resources below to help parents and caregivers get informed, be prepared, and take action by having conversations with their children about the risks of underage drinking and other substance use.

Thank you for keeping the prevention conversations going in your community and across the country!

Sincerely, 
TTHY National Team

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"Talk.  They Hear You" has a TV PSA that is a perfect resource to share during graduation season: "By Your Side.
As you consider ways to use Talk.  They Hear You. in your community, don’t hesitate to reach out to the campaign team with questions at underage.drinking@samhsa.gov. We are always happy to help and share best practices!
Under the leadership of the Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Prevention of Underage Drinking, the “Talk. They Hear You.” campaign aims to reduce underage drinking and substance use among youths under the age of 21 by helping parents and caregivers learn how to turn common situations into opportunities to talk with their children about alcohol, drugs, and other substances. For more information about the campaign, visit www.underagedrinking.samhsa.gov or email us at underage.drinking@samhsa.gov

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