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Access Our Program Evaluation Executive Summary!

The 2018 evaluation of Ask, Listen, Learn has demonstrated it as an effective program in increasing students’ knowledge concerning brain function and how their developing brains process and are affected by alcohol.

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Things for Tweens To Do When There’s No School

Things for Tweens To Do When There’s No School: Below, we’ve put together an extensive list of things for tweens to do at home so that if — when! — boredom sets in we can refer to it and either pick something from our list to do or, at the very least, be inspired by all of the fun and interesting choices that that there are for us to choose from.

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This one is for the MOMS (and dads too)!

Moms (and dads too), you are doing a great job! In fact, our research shows that 76% of parents have talked to their kids at least once in the past year about alcohol consumption. And when conversations about alcohol go up, underage drinking rates go down.  

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It’s National School Nurse Day!

We believe that everyone has a role to play as we work to prevent underage drinking. Today is National School Nurse Day, and we celebrate the incredible and vital role that school nurses play, both in the fight against underage drinking and in keeping their school communities happy and healthy.

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That’s a Wrap on Alcohol Responsibility Month 2018!

April is always one of the busiest months of the year—Alcohol Responsibility Month—and this past April was no exception. From running our first contest to working with Olympians, from teaming up with Scholastic to releasing new videos, we had an amazing month full of activities, milestones, and hard work. Just take a look at all of the things we did.

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