By the end of 8th grade, one of every four Cambridge teens has used alcohol. Most of them get the alcohol from a parent, another adult, or from home without anyone knowing.
Parents can keep their children safe by talking with them about the reality of alcohol and marijuana and setting boundaries. The Reality Check campaign helps parents be clear with their teens about underage drinking and drug use, and connect with other parents and resources.
SPOTLIGHT ON: Marijuana
Learn how marijuana can affect teen health, and what parents can do to prevent
their kids from using marijuana.
Parent Workshop: Save the Date
Are you concerned about marijuana? Not sure how to talk with teens about substance use? Confused about the law?
Our annual parent workshop is taking place on Wednesday, March 26 from 6-8 p.m. in the CRLS Falcon's Nest. Stay tuned for more details!
What can parents do?
Start by meeting some of our Campaign Parents!
Hear from other parents who are talking with their kids and other parents about underage drinking.
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