It seems innocent enough: The party to celebrate the big game, the celebration to end Rush Week or the bash to ring in the weekend. Yet, the consequences that come with simply hosting a party where alcohol is served to people who are underage can change the party atmosphere into a sobering experience.
Many young people, age 21 to 24, especially those on college campuses, do not know that hosting a party and allowing underage friends to possess or consume alcohol could be a risky proposition.
Drug Free Action Alliance has developed a program to help colleges educate their students on the responsibilities of social hosting. Based on the nationally-recognized, evidence based program, Parents Who Host, Lose the Most: Don’t be a party to teenage drinking, BUZZKILL: Serve Under 21 and the Party’s Over is an eye-catching social host campaign that gives colleges the tools to let students understand the consequences when hosting parties with alcohol and underage people attend. Read More
For More Information Contact:
Diane Bonelli, B.A., Prevention Connections Director
firstname.lastname@example.org 908-223-1985 ext. 303