Parents: What You Think Matters

90%

Less Likely


Kids who delay using alcohol till age 21 are 90% less likely to become dependent as adults1

73%

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Conversations about underage drinking between kids and their parents have increased by 73%, from 2003-2016.3

65%

Less drinking


Lifetime alcohol consumption among 8th graders has declined from 70% in 1991 to 25% reported in 2019. 2

2018

Illinois Youth Survey


Study shows that alcohol continues to be the most widely used drug among teens. 1

TALK TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT THE RISKS OF UNDERAGE DRINKING, AND MAKE SURE THEY KNOW THEY'LL GET CAUGHT IF THEY TRY IT.
TALK TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT THE RISKS OF UNDERAGE DRINKING, AND MAKE SURE THEY KNOW THEY'LL GET CAUGHT IF THEY TRY IT.
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TAKE IT ONE STITCH AT A TIME.

While adding something else to our schedules seems overwhelming right now, talking to your kids about underage drinking shouldn’t be.


Discover what your kids think about the risks of underage drinking, and make sure it aligns with the truth. Listen to their perspective, and help them understand what they have to gain by staying alcohol-free.

Let them know that you're watching out for them and that if they drink alcohol underage, there are legal, health, and social consequences that cannot be avoided.


Keep your connections strong, make sure they know if things unravel you have their back.

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