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#TalkEarly was created with a simple goal in mind: Empower parents to be confident about their own decisions regarding alcohol, model healthy, balanced behaviors, and create a foundation for starting conversations with their kids from an early age. The Prevention Leadership Team (PLT) is a Dupage County Coalition that is working to reduce youth substance […]

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It is never too early to start talking about underage drinking, especially during … #AlcoholAwarenessMonth #TalkTheyHearYou #LeaveYourMarkPLT  The Prevention Leadership Team (PLT) is a Dupage County Coalition that is working to reduce youth substance use and increase mental wellness among Dupage County youth who are 18 and under.   

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90% of Americans who are addicted to tobacco, alcohol or other substances started smoking, drinking or using drugs before they were 18 years old. #AlcoholAwarenessMonth #LeaveYourMarkPLT

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Alcohol use in teens greatly impacts teens mental health. #AlcoholAwarenessMonth #LeaveYourMarkPLT

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You talk about the birds and the bees, bullying, body image and the importance of doing well in school, but have you talked about underage drinking lately? The Prevention Leadership Team (PLT) is a Dupage County Coalition that is working to reduce youth substance use and increase mental wellness among Dupage County youth who are […]

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Some parents want to talk to their kids about alcohol, but don’t know where to start. Here is a guide on when and how to start the discussion about alcohol.  The Prevention Leadership Team (PLT) is a Dupage County Coalition working to reduce  substance and increase mental wellness among Dupage County youth who are 18 […]

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When a teen abuses drugs or alcohol, there is an increased risk for problems that hinder academic success. The Prevention Leadership Team (PLT) is a Dupage County Coalition working to reduce  substance use and increase mental wellness among Dupage County youth who are 18 years old and under.  #AlcoholAwarenessMonth   #LeaveYourMarkPLT

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Parents, you are the leading influence in your kid’s decision not to drink. Check out: http://bit.ly/ZEZ2py #AlcoholAwarenessMonth #LeaveYourMarkPLT

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During #AlcoholAwarenessMonth use SAMHSA’s guide to create your own personalized action plan to help make having the conversation about underage drinking easier today – and in the future. For the SAMHSA underage drinking action plan go to: http://archive.samhsa.gov/underagedrinking/action_plan/action_plan.html/action_plan.html #AlcoholAwarenessMonth #LeaveYourMarkPLT

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