Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Program
By: Drs. Karl E. Bauman, Vangie A. Foshee, and Susan T. Ennett of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill School of Public Health
Part 1: Introduction
To help families prevent young teens from drinking alcoholic beverages, (such as beer, wine, wine coolers, and mixed drinks), and from smoking cigarettes or using smokeless tobacco.
Section 1 – Focuses on changes children experience as they become teenagers.
Section 2 – What makes a family work well together?
Part 3: Focuses on ways families can help keep teens from using or abusing alcohol and tobacco.
Part 4: Focuses on how influences outside the family—such as peers and the mass media-can encourage your teenager to use alcohol and tobacco. It also shows how families can help fight negative outside influences and encourage positive influences.