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Guidelines for keeping parties alcohol free

We know youth are going to want to throw and attend parties. But did you know that Cobb County students report binge drinking at a friend’s house on the weekends? [Georgia Student Health Survey] Parents, it’s your job to make sure that these parties are safe and alcohol free. Cobb Alcohol…..

Cobb Alcohol Taskforce donates to Toys for Tots

Cobb Alcohol Taskforce provided gifts for more than 40 children at their annual Toys for Tots holiday drive. Staff Sergeant Champ educated those in attendance on the history and local knowledge of the U.S. Marine Corps’ connection with this worthwhile drive. If you were unable to drop of a gift, please…..

Parents, take action to prevent underage drinking

Did you know that alcohol harms and kills more youth than all illegal drugs combined? Talking with your child about the dangers of underage and youth binge drinking is only the first step in keeping them safe. Cobb Alcohol Taskforce recommends parents take the following actions to help prevent underage and…..

Tips for talking with your child about alcohol

Youth rely on the adults to help them make tough decisions and to provide advice. The advice given is especially important when it’s pertaining to alcohol and underage drinking. Below are some tips from Too Smart To Start to help guide your conversation with your child about the dangers of underage…..

Preparing for tough alcohol questions

Talking with your child about the dangers of underage and youth binge drinking is tough. As your child gets older, he/she will ask more challenging questions. Parents, it’s imperative to be prepared for these questions so you can answer them thoroughly and honestly. The Underage Drinking Prevention National Media Campaign has highlighted…..

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