News 8, April 8, 2017
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – April is National Alcohol Awareness Month and with events like spring break and prom happening this time of year Monique Price-Taylor from the Governor’s Prevention Partnership stopped by our studio to remind all Connecticut parents that teens and alcohol don’t mix.
What is the Governor’s Prevention Partnership?
The Governor’s Prevention Partnership is a statewide prevention agency that works with organizations throughout Connecticut to educate youth on substance abuse and underage drinking prevention, mentoring and anti-bullying initiatives
What is the Peer-to-Peer Prevention Initiatives Program?
This is a program that strives to teach young people how to make healthy decisions around alcohol and substance abuse through what is called the E3 program…Encourage, Empower, Engage. See the video and read more.
View additional resources for parents to speak with youth about the dangers of underage drinking.