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Safe Homes Smart Parties
Will you help to change the statistics?
Safe Homes, Smart Parties is a statewide initiative developed by Informed Families and implemented by parents of teens and preteens to ensure that drugs, alcohol and cigarettes will not be permitted at parties held in their homes and discouraged at parties in the community.
Join the Scavenger Hunt!
Join us for a fun, engaging, and educational virtual scavenger hunt that teaches students the latest facts about the dangers of underage alcohol use and teen drug misuse.
Registration open Florida residents (6-12 grade students and adults).
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Save Lives With Safe Homes, Smart Parties®
Parents, here are some downloads, tips and facts about issues surrounding pre-teen and teen parties, providing guidelines for attending them, hosting them and what to do when parents/caregivers are out of town.
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Promote Safe Homes, Smart Parties® to students and parents at your school or in your community. Become an ambassador today.
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Take the Pledge
Take the Safe Homes, Smart Parties® pledge promising that no alcohol or drugs will be present at parties you host and that you will take a stand against underage drinking.
Take the Pledge.
TAKE THE PLEDGE
I pledge to do the following:
Do not allow underage youth to drink alcoholic beverages or use tobacco or other drugs in our home or place of business
Be present at all pre-teen and teenage parties held in their homes to ensure that no drugs, alcohol or tobacco are present
Encourage future drug and alcohol free activities for underage youth
Spread the message to family and friends
Did You Know That Teens Are Dying from Binge Drinking?
Nearly 5,000 young people die each year from poisoning due to alcohol consumption.
The median age at which children begin drinking is 12 (NIDA, 2002). Young people who begin drinking before age 15 are four times more likely to develop alcohol dependence than those who begin drinking at age 21. Will you help to change these statistics?