FTC’s National Campaign To Help Reduce Underage Drinking

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“The legal drinking age is 21.
Thanks for not providing alcohol to teens.”

Despite the reminder this holiday season, teen drinking remains a serious problem in the United States. Underage drinking creates substantial health, social and economic consequences for individuals, families, and communities. A more sobering thought is research suggesting that most teens who drink get the alcohol from adults who could have prevented underage drinking in the first place – including their own parents and family members.

So what can you do to help?

Take a first step and visit www.dontserveteens.gov, a national campaign designed by the FTC to reduce and limit access to underage drinking. This recently updated site, available in English and Spanish, has info to help you:

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