Links to more information and resources from reputable sources:
Texas A&M Transportation Institute & TxDOT bring you this great website for resources and information.
Calculate the total monthly cost for drinks consumed in a month
Alcohol and your health
Parents Empowered – Downloads
Parents Empowered has provided the following files to assist parents in the fight to eliminate underage drinking.
Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC)
The duties of the commission include regulating sales, taxation, importation, manufacturing, transporting, and advertising of alcoholic beverages.
Choose Your Ride
Alcohol and asphalt don’t mix. If you’re drinking, don’t get behind the wheel and take a chance on being arrested or hurting yourself or someone else. Find a sober ride.
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD)
Recovery is possible. In fact, we estimate that almost 20 millions individuals and families are living life in recovery!
Texas Department of Public Safety
Protect and Serve Texas.
Higher Education Center
The Higher Education Center helps campuses and communities address problems of alcohol, other drugs, and violence by identifying effective strategies and programs based upon the best prevention science.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Injury Prevention & Control: Motor Vehicle Safety
Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE)
Focusing on individual and social problems associated with the use of alcohol and other drugs.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Reducing the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities.
Too Smart to Start
Help prevent underage alcohol use. Learn why. Learn how. Take action now.
Your gateway to comprehensive research and resources on the prevention of underage drinking.
Resource page for the Texas Department of Transportation’s Traffic Safety Division.
TxDOT’s 2013 Distracted Driving Campaign.
SAMHSA’s Underage Drinking Prevention
“Talk. They Hear You.” SAMHSA’s underage drinking prevention PSA campaign helps parents and caregivers start talking to their children early – as early as nine years old – about the dangers of alcohol.