Oct
31
2013
One week after Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler ignited a national conversation on what parents should do about teen drinking, America is still talking.
Leticia Barr of TechSavvyMama.com discusses the need for teaching kids to be responsible, online and off, and the important of talking early about alcohol.
Oct
30
2013
Leticia Barr, who runs techsavvymama.com, is a blog ambassador for our #TalkEarly underage drinking initiative.
NOYS encourages teens to Act Out Loud using IKnowEverything
Oct
25
2013
The leading cause of death for teens in the United States is traffic crashes.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, mile for mile, teenagers are involved in three times as many fatal crashes as all other drivers.
National Sheriffs' Association encourages sheriffs to use IKnowEverything
Oct
25
2013
Sheriffs know a lot about teen driver safety. We see and talk to teen drivers and their parents every day on the roads, we also work in schools and elsewhere in the community to encourage safe driving.
High School Student Elizabeth Rider discusses talking about safe driving habits with friends.
Oct
24
2013
Elizabeth Ryan is a student at Park View High School in Sterling Virginia. Photo credit: “Elizabeth Ryan with 
Oct
24
2013
Most people know a parent of a high schooler or a young college student.  Such parents sit among our Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility staff, may live next door, may
Oct
23
2013
I’ve been in law enforcement for 37 years. One of the worst days in an officer’s life is the day you have to deliver the message that a young person died in a car crash. No one should ever have to experience that day.
This post is the first in a three-part series of Dr. David Anderson’s 3 “R”s to Ending College Binge Drinking.
Oct
22
2013
This post is the first in a three-part series of Dr. David Anderson’s 3 “R”s to Ending College Binge Drinking.
Tim Hollister: My top 5 pointers for parents of teen drivers
Oct
22
2013
The following guest post was written by Tim Hollister, of Hartford, Connecticut.  Tim’s 17 year old some Reid died in a one-car crash in 2006.  Since then, Tim has gone on to become a nationally-known advocate for safer teen d
Noah Brooks: FCCLA excited to team up with IKnowEverything to make roads safer during National Teen Driver Safety Week
Oct
21
2013
This year, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility have joined together to help the IKnowEverything campaign reach its goal.
Students from the LessThanUThink campaign discuss efforts to combat college binge drinking during National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week.
Oct
21
2013
LessThanUThink (LTUT), a student-run anti-binge drinking campaign, expanded its campaign last year to extend nationally.
Oct
18
2013
This year, National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week NCAAW runs October 21st to 25th.
Oct
18
2013
Today The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility was one of the recipients of the Washington Regional Alcohol Program's WRAPPY Award for corporate sponsorship at the organization's annual meeting.
Oct
18
2013
Since October 20-26, 2013 is National Teen Driver Safety Week, The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, along with t
Teens like Erin Cox should not be punished for making responsible decisions.
Oct
17
2013
Tuesday’s article by CNN correspondent Kelly Wallace was an interesting read and has (rightfully) sparked a heated debate
Expert asserts that college freshmen form their drinking habits in the first six weeks of college.
Oct
08
2013
Binge drinking among college students in the US is one of the most important health issues that we should address.
Should parents allow their kids to drink alcohol underage? The answer is no. Here are three reasons why.
Oct
03
2013
A story in Chicago Now asks: should parents let their kids drink underage?