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Parents, use your influence to help prevent underage drinking.

Underage Drinking Prevention

Anheuser-Busch is opposed to underage drinking and supports prevention by providing resources to parents, retailers and educators. Tremendous progress has been made through support from law enforcement and sound educational programs, such as Family Talk About Drinking, We I.D., and the Anheuser-Busch Community Speakers.

 

 

  

Alcohol Stat Sheets
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Related Research
12-17 year-old Drinking (National Survey on Drug Use & Health, U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services)
8th, 10th & 12th Grade Drinking (Monitoring The Future Study, The University of Michigan)
Youth Behavior and Alcohol (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Drinking Among College Freshmen (The American Freshman Survey, UCLA)
Influences on Youth's Decisions about Drinking (GfK Roper Youth Report)
Teen Drunk Driving Statistics (U.S. Department of Transportation)
Americans Support Alcohol Education Programs
International Parent Study (Ipsos)
How Youth Obtain Alcohol (National Survey on Drug Use & Health, U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services)
Support of Beer Industry Efforts (ORC International Survey)
I.D. Checking to Prevent Underage Drinking
Alcohol Education and Awareness Efforts to Reduce Underage Drinking
6th-12th Grade Drinking (PRIDE Survey)
Underage Drinking by Race
Family Talk About Drinking Study
Parental & Family Influence Literature Citations
Fast Facts
  • Underage drinking is at a record low, down 34% since 2002 (National Survey on Drug Use and Health).
  • 27% increase in parents’ influence since 1991 (GfK Roper Youth Report).
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