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Tag: alcohol abuse

Penalty for Supplying Alcohol to Minors in New Jersey

Jun 5, 2015
It is illegal to supply alcohol to minors. Many parents know this, but many still allow their underage children and their friends to drink in the home. This practice is...

Why Teens Abuse Drugs and Alcohol

May 28, 2015
Many parents are caught off-guard by their teen’s drug or alcohol use. They might have higher hopes for their child than a life of addiction, they might not understand the...

New Campaign Targets Parents who Provide Alcohol to Minors

May 16, 2015
One New Jersey community is taking a stand against underage drinking by targeting the parents of teens. The Secaucus Coalition for a Healthy Drug Free Community (SCHDFC) is launching a...

Not Your Normal College Party

May 6, 2015
Alcohol abuse is a big problem on many college campuses in America. While some school administrators are working to implement rules and regulations that would curb the drinking, some students...

How Seattle Treats Drug Addicts and Alcoholics

Apr 28, 2015
Seattle has a relatively new program that changes the way the city and law enforcement deal with law-breaking drug addicts and alcoholics, and it is creating a stir in cities...

Know What Your Kids Are Watching

Apr 16, 2015
Parents can reduce their child’s chances of underage drinking simply by regulating what they watch on TV and movies, according to a new study. The study, done by researchers at...

Preventing Underage Drinking at Prom

Apr 8, 2015
It is almost prom season, a time when high school students are often faced with the difficult decision of whether or not to give in to the pressure to drink....

Should Drunk Driving Laws in New Jersey Change?

Apr 6, 2015
Governor Christie is reviewing a bill which would change drunk driving laws in New Jersey. The bill would allow drivers that are convicted of drunk driving to reduce sentences from...

The Myths Behind the Disease of Addiction

Mar 24, 2014
Did you know? More than 40 million people in the United States suffer from substance addiction—and tragically, only about 10 percent of those people receive treatment. [1] Shame, embarrassment, guilt...
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