Lead in your community

If you feel inspired or even compelled to do more, community involvement is a great way to lend a hand. Leading by example is a powerful community influence. You may also consider training to counsel neighbors in crisis, and know the right resources to help someone in need.

Leading by example

  1. If you are a legal purchase age adult and choose to drink alcohol, do so in moderation and always have a plan
  2. Don’t condone irresponsible consumption, recount, or be amused by stories relating to alcohol misuse
  3. Always be a responsible host, serving a full meal, and non-alcoholic alternatives
  4. Be conscious of the influence your alcohol consumption has on young people
  5. Seek to help those who struggle with consuming alcohol responsibly, and always honor the decision of those who choose not to drink
  6. Model alternatives to consuming alcohol
Get the facts and training to lend a hand in your community
  1. Training for Intervention Procedures (TIPs)

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  2. Training for Mental Health First Aid, and substance abuse prevention

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  1. QPR Training

    We All Can Save Lives

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  2. Faces & Voices of Recovery Campaign

    Organizing and Mobilizing Americans in Recovery

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If you or someone you know needs help with A drinking problem, there are organizations that can help

Rehab International

Rehab International

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous

http://www.aa.org

 

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