Think before you drink
Did You Know?
Driving and drinking do not mix. Don't do it
Alcoholic beverages aren't worth risking your life over.
Just because they do it, doesn't mean you have to. Be smart. Say no.
Know the Effects
Alcohol In Teens
A young person’s body cannot cope with alcohol the same way an adult’s can.
Drinking is more harmful to teens than adults because their brains are still developing throughout adolescence and well into young adulthood. Drinking during this critical growth period can lead to lifelong damage in brain function, particularly as it relates to memory, motor skills (ability to move) and coordination. According to research, young people who begin drinking before age 15 are four times more likely to develop alcohol dependence than those who begin drinking at age 21.