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Addiction Is Real

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Stop the silence. Start the conversation. Speak out


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