Faith leaders have a unique ability to communicate an anti-alcohol message
Underage and youth binge drinking affects all areas of a community and those in faith-based leadership roles have a unique ability to communicate an anti-alcohol message. Youth with strong religious beliefs are less likely to use alcohol, according to the National Household Survey on Drug Use and Health. Faith leaders, make sure…..
Keep teens safe as summer ends
Cobb Alcohol Taskforce would like to remind the community to support our efforts to reduce underage and youth binge drinking. As the summer winds down, youth are trying to bring vacation to a good close with parties and other activities. During this time adults should be particularly vigilant about keeping…..
Faith leaders can help prevent underage and youth binge drinking
Faith leaders, we know that you care about strengthening families within your community. Help support the Cobb Alcohol Taskforce and spread their message by providing trusted guidance to the youth and families affected by underage and youth binge drinking. Below are some ways in which faith leaders can help keep…..
Keep Youth Safe this Fourth of July
Fourth of July is a day for celebrating America’s independence with family, fun, food and fireworks. But did you know that the holiday ranks as one of the deadliest holidays when it comes to fatalities by drunk drivers? Between 2007 and 2011, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)reports that 780…..
Cobb Alcohol Taskforce Provides Tips For Safe And Sober Fourth of July Holiday
The Cobb Alcohol Taskforce wants youth to stay safe and sober on the Fourth of July. Parents, learn the actions you can take in order to keep alcohol out of the hands of underage relatives and friends this holiday season. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety (AAAFTS) ranks the Fourth…..