Parents Who Host, Lose the Most:  Don't be a party to teenage drinking


Education
Knox County Community Health Coalition
120 Union Street
Wanda Gamage-Wyman
wgamagewymankcchc@gmail.com
2072366313
Jun 01, 2018
12:00 PM
Courtesy of: Prevention Action Alliance

 

Teenagers love a party - especially during prom and graduation season.  Often alcohol is involved.  Some parents think that hosting a teen drinking party in their home will keep the kids out of trouble.  While their intentions are good, it's illegal, unsafe and unhealthy for anyone under age 21 to drink alcohol.  Did you know that parents who host lose the most?  Here are the facts:  If you make alcohol available at teen parties, you can be prosecuted.  If you allow teen drinking parties in your home, you can be prosecuted.  Everything associated with such a violation; including personal property can be confiscated.  So parents, please protect yourselves and your kids - Don't be a party to teenage drinking.  Do your part to make this season safe for everyone.  Parents who host, lose the most:  Don't be a party to teenage drinking is a program of Prevention Action Alliance.