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Addiction Is Real

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Stop the silence. Start the conversation. Save a life.


By third and fourth grade children begin setting expectations of whether they will consume alcohol or restrain from doing so as they mature.
— Center for Parenting Education
2/3 of youth ages 13 to 17 say losing their parents’ respect and pride is one of the main reasons they don’t smoke marijuana or use other drugs.
— Office of National Drug Control Policy
Youth who use alcohol at or before age 14 are over 4 times more likely to become addicted to alcohol, compared to those who wait until age 21.
— SAMHSA
Teens who consistently learn about the risks of drugs from their parents are up to 50% less likely to use drugs.
— SAMHSA