Type Resource Date
PDF The Role of Emerging Strategies & Interventions
The interventions listed in this document are part of a comprehensive, integrated approach to behavioral health. As many states and communities are familiar with established evidence-based programs such as Communities that Care, Prosper, and Strengthening Families, there is a need for information and analysis of emerging strategies and interventions that use innovative approaches to reduce the negative consequences of substance use and abuse.
07/22/2016
PDF Environmental Strategies - Selection Guide, Reference List, and Examples of Implementation Guidelines
Prepared by the MayaTech Corporation, this document explores the purpose of using environmental strategies, introduces several examples of effective environmental strategies, and provides guidelines for implementation.
07/21/2016
PDF GASPS Compendium of Strategies
This document provides a list of evidence-based strategies that have shown effectiveness or promise in addressing underage, heavy, and/or binge drinking.
07/21/2016
PDF Parents Who Host Lose the Most Community Engagement Strategies
The suggestions in this document, organized by sector, are examples of successful engagement strategies employed by communities throughout the United States.
03/30/2017
PDF Preventing Rx Drug Misuse - Overview of Factors & Strategies
From the CAPT, this document provides an overview of two decision-support tools that highlight factors and strategies associated NMUPD. These include:  Preventing Prescription Drug Misuse: Understanding Who Is at Risk, which summarizes information from cross-sectional and longitudinal studies on factors that have been shown to either increase risk of or protect against NMUPD.  Preventing Prescription Drug Misuse: Programs and Strategies, which provides brief summaries of substance abuse prevention strategies and associated programs that have been evaluated to determine their effects on NMUPD.
08/22/2016
PDF Alcohol Education Program Alcohol Server Education Online Training Manual
This training manual was written in part by by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) and The Academy of Training and Prevention (ATP) to provide liquor licensees and service permittees with an understanding of Oregon's Alcohol Server Education law, as well as other laws and liabilities surrounding the sale and consumption of alcohol.
02/22/2017
PDF Alcohol - True Stories
Alcohol: True Stories is a multimedia intervention designed to prevent or reduce alcohol use among young people in grades 5-12 by positively changing the attitudes of youth and their parents and other caregivers in regard to youth drinking.
02/22/2017
PDF Applying Environmental Strategies to Affect Sustainable Community Change
This is a training on how to apply environmental strategies for substance abuse prevention.
07/19/2016
PDF Be a Jerk Campaign Guidebook
This Tips for Jerks guidebook is intended to provide step-by-step guidance to any community member or group interested in conducting an action to address the environmental factors that contribute to underage drinking in their community.
02/22/2017
PDF Botvin LifeSkills Training
LifeSkills Training is a school-based program that aims to prevent alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana use and violence by targeting the major social and psychological factors that promote the initiation of substance use and other risky behaviors.
02/22/2017
PDF Environmental Strategies Regions 1 2 4 April 30 and May 1
Certificate of Completion for Environmental Strategies training (Regions 1,2,4) April 30 - May 1
08/05/2015
Powerpoint Environmental Strategies Workshop
This slide set explores the role of environmental strategies in substance abuse prevention, and discusses best practices for their selection.
07/21/2016
PDF Parenting & Family Strategies for Delinquency Prevention
This guide was developed to help program planners, policy makers, and service providers determine the most effective family-focused and parenting intervention strategies for the high-risk youth and families they serve.
07/27/2016
PDF Reducing the Use and Misuse of Heroin
Overdose deaths from heroin and prescription opioids are a major public health problem that has reached epidemic proportions in the United States in recent years. Since 1999 the number of overdose deaths involving opioids quadrupled (CDC, 2016). From 2000 to 2015 more than half a million people died from drug overdoses, with more than six out of ten involving an opioid (Rudd et al., 2016). Ninety-one Americans die every day from an opioid overdose (CDC, 2017). In Australia, overdose has become a leading cause of morbidity and mortality among heroin injectors (Roxburgh &, Degenhardt, 2008). To address these crises, numerous public health researchers have developed and studied various strategies for prevention, intervention, and treatment, offering analysis of the conditions of the problem as well as potentially successful approaches.
05/06/2017
Word Volunteer Retention Strategies
This tool accompanies the Volunteer Retention Activity Worksheets, and details strategies for member and volunteer retention.
08/05/2015
PDF Addressing Prescription Drug Abuse & Misuse
This review of existing strategies provides a selection of popular programs that address prescription drug interventions.
07/06/2016
PDF Alcohol Outlet Density Regulation: an Action Guide
This Action Guide provides public health departments, community coalitions, and other organizations with an introduction to the health and social problems associated with alcohol outlet density and an overview of available evidence-based community prevention strategies for addressing this environmental risk factor.
07/06/2016
PDF BetheWallCombined_SalelPrice
This PDF contains images of materials available for purchase for conducting the Be The Wall alcohol prevention intervention.
02/22/2017
Word Communications Strategies
From the 2015 APP Sustainability Training, this tool outlines different internal and external strategies providers and agencies can use to build capacity.
07/19/2016
PDF Communities Mobilizing for Change on Alcohol (CMCA)
Communities Mobilizing for Change on Alcohol (CMCA) is a community-organizing program designed to reduce teens' access to alcohol by changing community policies and practices.
02/27/2017
PDF Decoy Shoulder Tap Program - Procedure Manual for Law Enforcement
This procedure manual has been prepared by the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) for use by local law enforcement officers as an easy-to-use guide for shoulder tap operations. This manual provides recommendations on how to implement a Decoy Shoulder Tap Program, from identifying resources to evaluating the program’s success.
02/27/2017
PDF Drugs - True Stories
Drugs: True Stories is a multimedia intervention designed to prevent drug use among young people in grades 5-12 by positively changing the attitudes of youth and their parents and other caregivers in regard to the use of drugs.
02/27/2017
PDF Environmental Strategies Regions 3 5 6 May 2-3
Certificate of Completion for Environmental Strategies training (Regions 3,5,6) May 2-3
07/21/2016
PDF Evidence-Based Strategies for Suicide Prevention With Youth
Presented by OBHP's Sally vander Straeten, this slide set covers data on suicide among school-age children, evidence-based strategies for suicide prevention, and programs that address both alcohol prevention & suicide prevention.
08/30/2016
PDF Graduated Drivers Licensing System
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among teenagers. Graduated Driver Licensing systems (GDL) give beginning teen drivers experience driving under lower-risk driving conditions, while allowing them time to acquire the skills, maturity, and experience necessary for full licensure. National and state-wide evaluations indicate that GDL reduces fatal crashes among newly licensed teen drivers. Importantly, the more comprehensive GDLs are associated with the greatest bene ts.
05/16/2017
PDF Parents Are the Key - Driving Agreement
This document is a parent-teen driving agreement.
02/27/2017
PDF Parents Are the Key - Event Planning Guide
This event planning guide was developed to assist you with planning and holding successful community events in conjunction with the “Parents Are the Key” campaign.
02/27/2017
Powerpoint Parents Who Host Lose the Most Community Engagement Presentation
This presentation is for use with the Parents Who Host Lose the Most strategy.
03/30/2017
PDF Preventing Rx Drug Misuse - Programs & Strategies
From the CAPT, this document provides brief summaries of substance abuse prevention strategies and associated programs that have been evaluated to determine their effects on NMUPD. It should be considered a resource for state and community prevention practitioners seeking information on interventions to reduce NMUPD.
08/22/2016
PDF Project SUCCESS
Project SUCCESS is designed to prevent and reduce substance use among students 12 to 18 years of age.
02/27/2017
PDF Reconnecting Youth - a Peer Group Approach to Building Life Skills
Reconnecting Youth: A Peer Group Approach to Building Life Skills is a school-based prevention program for students ages 14-19 years that teaches skills to build resiliency against risk factors and control early signs of substance abuse and emotional distress.
02/27/2017
PDF Regulatory Strategies for Preventing Youth Access to Alcohol - Best Practices
From the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, this document provides guidance on the best practices for shaping and implementing laws and regulations to • Restrict the commercial availability of alcohol to youth, with a focus on the practices of alcohol retailers; • Restrict social availability to youth, with a focus on noncommercial sources of alcohol and noncommercial venues where young people consume alcohol; and • Restrict youth possession to deter young people from attempting to purchase or consume alcohol. State and local policymakers and concerned citizens can use the guide to • Assess the existing laws and regulations in their jurisdiction; • Identify gaps, loopholes, and areas for improvement; • Identify strengths upon which effective enforcement strategies can be built; • Persuade legislatures and local policymaking bodies that changes are needed; and • Motivate enforcement and regulatory
07/27/2016
PDF SMART Moves - Facilitator's Guide
The SMART Moves program is designed to teach children and teens – through fun, high-yield activities – how to abstain from, avoid and resist engaging in risky behaviors. Each component – SMART Kids (ages 6-9); Start SMART (ages 10-12); Stay SMART (ages 13-15) – addresses age-appropriate issues and provides information and skills needed for youth to adopt the attitudes and behaviors necessary to lead healthy, fulfilling lives.
02/27/2017
PDF Stay on Track
Stay on Track is a school-based substance abuse prevention curriculum conducted over a 3-year period with students in grades 6 through 8.
02/27/2017
Video Sustainability 3.0 Part 1 Webinar
Sustainability 3.0 Part 1 Introduction to Sustainability Through Coalitions. ++ Participants will be able to gain a general understanding of the benefits of a coalition. Participants will understand the importance of coalition sustainability and the unique aspects of sustainability in a rural community. Participants will gain knowledge in how to implement sustainability strategies based on the rural nature of a community as well as how to begin sustainability at the start of a project. Participants will gain an understanding of how to ask, share, earn and charge in order to sustain coalition efforts. Participants will be learn about successful fundraising strategies that can support coalition efforts in a rural community.
07/27/2016
Video Sustainability 3.0 Part 2 Webinar
Sustainability 3.0 Part 2 Introduction to Sustainability Through Coalitions. ++ Participants will be able to gain a general understanding of the benefits of a coalition. Participants will understand the importance of coalition sustainability and the unique aspects of sustainability in a rural community. Participants will gain knowledge in how to implement sustainability strategies based on the rural nature of a community as well as how to begin sustainability at the start of a project. Participants will gain an understanding of how to ask, share, earn and charge in order to sustain coalition efforts. Participants will be learn about successful fundraising strategies that can support coalition efforts in a rural community.
04/01/2016
PDF Too Good for Drugs
Too Good for Drugs is a school-based prevention program for kindergarten through 12th grade that builds on student's resiliency by teaching them how to be socially competent and autonomous problem solvers.
02/27/2017
PDF A Guide to Marketing Social Norms for Health Promotion in Schools & Communities
A Guide to Marketing Social Norms for Health Promotion in Schools and Communities is intended as a comprehensive, step-by-step manual for those who are interested in using the social norms approach to address school-age and community-wide issues.
02/22/2017
Video Administrative Sanctions With Susan Broderick Webinar
Webinar covering Administrative Sanctions with Susan Broderick.
07/06/2016
PDF Alcohol Outlet Density: Recommendations for Reducing Consumption and Related Harms
On the basis of the reviewed evidence, this resource provides evidence of a positive association between outlet density and excessive alcohol consumption and related harms, and recommends limiting alcohol outlet density through the use of regulatory authority (e.g., licensing and zoning) as a means of reducing or controlling excessive alcohol consumption and related harms.
07/06/2016
PDF Alcohol Outlet Density: Reducing Excessive Consumption and Alcohol-Related Harms
To assess the effects of outlet density on alcohol-related harms, primary evidence was used from interrupted time–series studies of outlet density; studies of the privatization of alcohol sales, alcohol bans, and changes in license arrangements—all of which affected outlet density. Most of the studies included in this review found that greater outlet density is associated with increased alcohol consumption and related harms, including medical harms, injury, crime, and violence.
07/06/2016
PDF Alcohol Outlets and Our Community: A Health Impact Assessment
From May 2010 through August 2010, Mendocino County Public Health Services Prevention and Planning Unit conducted a health impact assessment of the effects of alcohol outlet density on the health of the community. This report summarizes the activities and findings of this health impact assessment (HIA).
07/06/2016
PDF Alcohol & Underage Drinking
From OBHP's Pitching Prevention 2016 Conference, this slide set covers strategies to reduce driving under the influence of alcohol.
08/08/2016
PDF Alignment of SAP, SP, and MHP Handout 3
The shared risk and protective factors presented in this handout are categorized according to the social-ecological model, which allows us to consider the different contexts in which these factors exist, examine how they interact, and choose prevention strategies that operate at multiple levels in order to achieve the greatest impact.
08/30/2016
PDF An Overview of Adult-Learning Processes
Adult learners have different learning styles which must be assessed prior to initiating any educational session. This document explores how adults learn best, allowing providers to maximize teaching moments by incorporating specific adult-learning principles and learning styles into their teaching strategies
07/06/2016
PDF An Overview of Project LAUNCH Goals and Strategies
This presentation provides an overview of Project LAUNCH, which promotes wellness for young children birth to age 8 by addressing the physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral aspects of their development.
08/30/2016
PDF APP Data Collection & Submission Procedures 2015-2016 REVISED (8/22/216)
Provides detailed instructions on how to complete and submit the Intervention Strategy Implementation Report Form online survey and the Community Survey Pre-test/Post-test forms to RTI for processing and evaluation.
08/23/2016
PDF APP RTI Survey Mailing Cover Sheet 2015-2016 REVISED (8/22/2016)
Cover Sheet to be used when submitting Individual-Level Community Surveys (Pre-tests and Post-tests) by mail to RTI for processing and evaluation.
08/23/2016
PDF APP Strategy Implementation Report 2015-2016 PDF (8/22/2016)
This is a PDF version of the Intervention Strategy Implementation Report Form online survey. The Intervention Strategy Implementation Report Form can ONLY be submitted online using the unique REDCap survey link sent to each APP Project Coordinator via email. This PDF version of the form contains all possible questions to be completed – however, the online survey is programmed to direct you to view only the questions that you need to answer based on your previous responses. Therefore, you may not need to complete all of the questions that appear in the PDF version of the form.
08/23/2016
Powerpoint 2015 APP Sustainability Training Presentation
From the 2015 APP Sustainability Training developed by Ari Russell and Ellen Gerstein, this presentation leads providers towards sustainability by taking concrete steps in infrastructure development, decision making strategies, and diverse funding opportunities.
07/19/2016
PDF Communities That Care (CTC)
Communities That Care (CTC) prevention system is a community-level intervention that mobilizes stakeholders to collaborate on selecting and implementing evidence-based prevention programs designed to prevent youth problem behaviors, such as substance abuse and delinquency.
02/27/2017
PDF Engaged Participation in Prevention Programs Webinar
This slide set accompanies a webinar exploring challenges to participation in prevention programs, as well as how to face them.
07/19/2016
PDF Evidence-Based Programs for Reducing Illicit Drug Use and Misuse Among Youth
The review examines four evidence-based strategies for reducing illicit drug use and misuse among youth.
03/16/2017
Excel FY15-16 IP Prospectus Group
Sample IP demonstrating how to properly break down strategies into activities and action steps.
07/21/2016
PDF Georgia Epidemiological Profile for Substance Abuse Prevention
The Georgia Epidemiological Profile illustrates the status and implications of the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs that affect the health status of Georgians. The data presented in the Profile, collected by various state-based surveillance systems, describe the statewide consumption patterns by sex, race/ethnicity, age and other socio-demographic variables. The Profile also describes the related consequences of these behaviors. The goal of this Profile is to guide relevant and effective prevention strategies by first understanding the prevalence and patterns of substance-related problems and the factors that contribute to them.
07/21/2016
PDF Guidelines for Adaptation
Guidelines for Adaptation document from the SAPS training manual outlines things to consider when making adaptation to strategies.
07/21/2016
PDF Identifying and Selecting Evidence-Based Interventions
Identifying and Selecting Evidence-Based Interventions
07/21/2016
Word IF Analysis Scenario Social Norms
This document accompanies the IF analysis tool, detailing all of the roles involved in social norms strategies.
07/21/2016
Word IF Analysis Tool
This tool helps providers rank strategies by both importance and feasibility.
07/21/2016
PDF Logic Model Video Webinar (Materials)
Webinar Goal: Participants will explore how logic models demonstrate the theory of effectiveness for substance abuse prevention programs and strategies.
09/08/2016
Video Logic Model Video Webinar (Video)
Webinar Goal: Participants will explore how logic models demonstrate the theory of effectiveness for substance abuse prevention programs and strategies.
09/08/2016
PDF Mental Health First Aid
Mental Health First Aid is an adult public education program designed to improve participants' knowledge and modify their attitudes and perceptions about mental health and related issues, including how to respond to individuals who are experiencing one or more acute mental health crises.
02/27/2017
PDF Models for Raising Community Awareness
Awareness raising (also called consciousness raising) is the process of groups of people aiming to call the attention of the larger population to specific causes or conditions, such as diseases, conflicts, movements, or political parties. It has been defined as “a constructive and potentially catalytic force that ultimately leads to a positive change in actions and behaviours” (Sayers, 2006, p. 20) It can be considered a form of activism, often being a first step in which advocacy groups engage (Freedman, 2014). For instance, in the context of 1970’s feminism, consciousness raising referred to the idea of discussing the everyday effects of sexism, racism, or classism within groups of individuals sharing these experiences (Chicago WLU, 1971).
05/06/2017
PDF NMUPD Factsheet
From SAMHSA, this factsheet details strategies that are effective in preventing non-medical use of prescription drugs in the community, school/peer, family, and individual domains.
07/27/2016
PDF Parent Teen Driving Agreement
Parent Teen Driving Agreement CDC
05/16/2017
PDF Parents Are the Key - Media Outreach Guide
This Media Outreach Guide and its components will provide step-by-step instructions for developing a media campaign and stimulating the public’s interest in learning what they can do to promote safe teen driving.
02/27/2017
Video Part 2 Round Table Discussion Webinar: Best Practices on Recruitment and Retention of Program Participants
Part 2 Round Table Discussion Best Practices on Recruitment and Retention of Program Participants.
07/27/2016
PDF Peer Assistance & Leadership (PAL)
Peer Assistance and Leadership (PAL) is a peer helping program that seeks to build resiliency in youth by pairing youth with peer helpers who receive training and support from teachers participating in the program.
02/27/2017
PDF PRIME for Life
PRIME For Life (PFL) is a motivational intervention used in group settings to prevent alcohol and drug problems or provide early intervention.
02/27/2017
PDF Project Northland
Project Northland is a multilevel intervention involving students, peers, parents, and community in programs designed to delay the age at which adolescents begin drinking, reduce alcohol use among those already drinking, and limit the number of alcohol-related problems among young drinkers.
02/27/2017
PDF Project Sticker Shock - a Handbook for Youth & Community Groups for Implementation
The Sticker Shock Project is designed to reach adults who might purchase alcohol legally and provide it to minors. Stickers warning about the penalties for furnishing alcohol to minors are placed on all multi-packs of beer, alco-pops, and other alcohol products that might appeal to underage drinkers.
02/27/2017
PDF QPR Gatekeeper Training for Suicide Prevention
The QPR Gatekeeper Training for Suicide Prevention is a brief educational program designed to teach "gatekeepers" - those who are strategically positioned to recognize and refer someone at risk of suicide - the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to respond by following three steps.
02/27/2017
PDF REDUCING the USE & MISUSE of MARIJUANA (Literature Review)
Today, about 2.5 percent of the world population consumes cannabis - commonly called marijuana - compared to 0.2 percent for cocaine and 0.2 percent for opiates (WHO, 2017). Often linked to youth culture, cannabis abuse has grown rapidly in the past decade, while teens’ perceptions of the risks of marijuana use have declined (NIH, 2017). In the United States specifically, marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug and is often associated with cognitive and physical risks, as well as long- term addiction (SAMSHA, 2016). Thus, marijuana prevention programs may go a long way in reducing these risks.
04/14/2017
PDF Responsible Vendor Handbook
Created by the Louisiana Legislature in 1998, The Responsible Vendor program helps businesses and employees understand the responsibilities that go along with selling alcohol, tobacco products, alternative nicotine products and/or vapor products.
02/27/2017
PDF Reward & Reminder
Reward and Reminder, a population-level intervention targeting whole communities, counties, or States, is designed to promote the community norm of not selling tobacco to minors.
02/27/2017
PDF Safe Homes Leadership Action Guide
This tool kit has been produced by the PLCB to assist parents, schools, and communities in helping to prevent children from using alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Proven prevention methods, including education and community programs, exist which help foster environmental change by changing the social norms. The goal of these efforts is to change what some parents and kids see as normal patterns of behavior involving underage use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Prevention efforts work best when all segments of the community become involved.
08/08/2016
PDF SaveBrains
SaveBrains pamphlet.
02/27/2017
PDF Shared Risk and Protective Factors for Substance Misuse and Mental Health Disorders
This document presents shared risk and protective factors,categorized according to the social-ecological model, which allows us to consider the different contexts in which these factors exist, examine how they interact, and choose prevention strategies that operate at multiple levels in order to achieve the greatest impact.
08/30/2016
Powerpoint SHO Lit Review Presentation
From Summer 2015, this presentation by SME Ben Gleason explores the efficacy of Social Host Ordinances in Georgia.
08/05/2015
PDF SMART Moves (Skills Mastery & Resistance Training)
SMART Moves (Skills Mastery and Resistance Training), a community-based program, is designed to promote substance use prevention and avoidance of early sexual activity. The program helps young people develop better decision-making and refusal skills, become more assertive, and recognize negative peer and media influences.
02/27/2017
PDF Social Host Binder
Social Host Binder
03/26/2015
PDF Sources of Strength
Sources of Strength, a universal suicide prevention program, is designed to build socioecological protective influences among youth to reduce the likelihood that vulnerable high school students will become suicidal.
02/27/2017
PDF Storytelling for Empowerment
Storytelling for Empowerment is a school-based, bilingual (English and Spanish) intervention for teenagers at risk for substance abuse, HIV, and other problem behaviors due to living in impoverished communities with high availability of drugs and limited health care services.
02/27/2017
PDF Strategic Prevention in Georgia
This guide serves as an introduction to Georgia's Strategic Prevention System, a multilevel, network-based system aimed to prevent substance use and abuse and promote healthy choices among Georgians by implementing sustainable, evidence-based strategies.
02/27/2017
PDF Strengthening Families Program
Strengthening Families Program is a family skills training program designed to increase resilience and reduce risk factors for behavioral, emotional, academic, and social problems in children 3-16 years old.
02/27/2017
PDF The Influence of Mass Media Campaigns on Public Health Behavior
Public health mass media campaigns, by themselves or in combination with other programs, can significantly influence health behaviors of populations. For over a decade, the National Academy of Medicine has indicated a strong belief in the power of media and communications as a public health strategy.
06/28/2017
PDF Tips for Project Sticker Shock
Working together, young people, community leaders and alcohol vendors place stickers warning of the penalties for giving alcohol to minors a on multi-packs of beer, wine coolers, and other alcohol products that might appeal to underage drinkers. The impact of the stickers is increased by media coverage and by longer-lasting posters displayed by participating retailers.
02/27/2017
PDF Too Good for Drugs Program Overview
This document offers a brief overview of The Too Good for Drugs Program. This document does not constitute a training. Please refer to the developer's site for more information on Too Good for Drugs Training, available at https://www.toogoodprograms.org/
07/27/2016
PDF UAD Policy Resource Guide (Illinois)
This resource guide focuses on specific underage drinking laws and sanctions in Illinois as well as information about the adoption of local policy and best practice enforcement strategies to prevent underage drinking.
07/27/2016
PDF Use of Mass Media Campaigns in Pubic Health
Mass media campaigns are widely used to expose high proportions of large populations to messages through routine uses of existing media, such as television, radio, and newspapers. Exposure to such messages is, therefore, generally passive. Such campaigns are frequently competing with factors, such as pervasive product marketing, powerful social norms, and behaviours driven by addiction or habit. In this Review we discuss the outcomes of mass media campaigns in the context of various health-risk behaviours (eg, use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs, heart disease risk factors, sex-related behaviours, road safety, cancer screening and prevention, child survival, and organ or blood donation).
05/06/2017
Word Volunteer Retention Activity Worksheets
This tools walks providers through volunteer and member retention strategies.
07/27/2016
PDF Words Can Work - When Talking About Alcohol (Activity)
Activity for Words Can Work - When Talking About Alcohol strategy.
02/27/2017
PDF Words Can Work - When Talking About Alcohol (Booklet)
The stories contained in this booklet - when discussed in the classroom or with your family – help you consider the very real consequences of underage drinking.
02/27/2017
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