Jun
06
2011

The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility is happy to announce that the Alabama State Legislature has passed HB 361, the Matthew John Dahl DUI Prevention Act, requiring interlocks for hi

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May
27
2011

Obesity can impact a teenager's life in many ways - social alienation, low self-esteem, and of course the serious impacts it can have on health.

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May
24
2011

One problem that we’ve devoted a lot of focus to recently is stopping college binge drinking.

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May
20
2011

As you’ve probably noticed, we’ve spent the week on the road visiting schools across the country bringing the Ask, Listen, Learn program to hundreds of

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May
19
2011

From The Globe and Mail:

“I was shocked. My Jeremy told me about a friend from school whose parents let him drink. Not only that, but the kid has parties at his house where there’s drinking. His parents willingly facilitate it!”

Underage drinking is a contentious issue. Parents agonize over whether it’s okay – even beneficial – to allow teenagers to drink at parties at their house. While some parents do all they can to block their teens’ access, others will even supply the alcohol.

“We feel that by allowing our son to drink in our home and with us, there’s a better chance he’ll develop a more moderate, responsible approach to drinking – rather than drinking becoming this wild, rebellious thing. By the time he is of legal age – if he chooses to drink – he will better able to handle it in a more mature manner.”
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