Impaired Driving Prevention Materials

Underage Drinking & Marijuana Use in Teens

Preventing impaired driving starts with you. By making the conscious decision to drive sober, you protect yourself, your passengers, and everyone else sharing the road with you. Your choices matter, and they can have a profound impact on the safety and well-being of others. Together, we can create a culture where responsible driving is the norm.

Parents can help their children learn about the harmful effects of marijuana use. Talking to your children about marijuana at an early age can help them make better choices and may prevent them from developing a problem with marijuana use later. Begin talking with your child in an honest and open way when they are in late elementary and early middle school. Youth are less likely to try marijuana if they can ask parents for help and know exactly how their parents feel about drug use. Read more…

Speaking With Your Teen About Impaired Driving

Think your teen is too young for a conversation about underage drinking? Think again. Equally important, early adolescence is when some children begin experimenting with alcohol or feeling pressure to drink. To encourage your teen to avoid alcohol, talk to him or her about the risks and the importance of making good decisions. Read more…

How To Talk To Your Teens About Drugs & Alcohol

Parents are the biggest influence in a teen’s life. And even though you may feel your child pulling away, eager for more independence, deep down they still want you involved. Further, a strong bond with your teen helps reduce the chances of them engaging in unhealthy behavior and helps set the stage for preventing nicotine, alcohol and drug use. Read more…

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