The DFC program aims to reduce underage drinking by reducing social access to alcohol. Youth report getting most of their alcohol from an older friend or relative, even a parent. The following are strategies implemented to help reduce social access to alcohol by minors:
- Awareness Campaign
- Peer-to-Peer Education through our Youth Action Teams
- Policy Change: Working to require alcohol seller/server training to off-premise retailers
- Educate adults on consequences of providing alcohol to minors through Sticker Shock
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A common myth is that it is safe for youth to drink alcohol if they do not drive. Here are 7 consequences youth may encounter as a result of underage drinking: Next Step Community Solutions.