Underage Drinking Prevention Tools for Organizations

The National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence, Sacramento Region Affiliate (NCADD Sacramento) is pleased to provide this proven prevention strategy to community organizations, medical professionals and government agencies who have joined the effort to curtail underage drinking. Parents and caregivers are the key to the success of this effort, and community organizations and medical professionals are positioned to make certain parents have the tools they need to start the conversation.

Feel free to download these documents
 and share them with families in your community.

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More instructive documents can be found on the SAMHSA website – click here to access Parent Resources.


Share this video that demonstrates how parents can conduct conversations about alcohol.

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Sample Materials: Download and Print Posters for your community center, reception area, church or bulletin board.

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Click on the Share Icon and post these 30 and 60 second videos on your social media and websites.

To learn more about prevention programs available through NCADD Sacramento, visit our Prevention page where you will learn about our Strengthening Families Program, Behavioral Vaccines – Kernels, and Faith-based Outreach.

NCADD Sacramento has been strengthening individuals and families on our four-county region (Sacramento, Placer, El Dorado & Yolo) for over 40 years. NCADD Prevention and Treatment programs serve the diverse population of the Sacramento community, including Strengthening Families Programs, Kernels (tips for successful parenting and healthy eating), and Drug Diversion classes.

NCADD also educates health professionals by offering guest lectures on the latest research pertaining to community health and well-being. Moreover, NCADD provides free drug and alcohol prevention training to communities of faith in the Sacramento Region. Using a holistic approach to the health and well-being of our participants, NCADD stresses the importance of nutrition, child and baby well-being, safety, and community health.

 

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