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UNDERAGE DRINKING

Frank Bartolomeo Talks About Underage Drinking
05:37
John Hamilton on Youth Alcohol Use
03:34
Social Host Laws, Maggie Young
01:03
Understanding Addiction as a Disease (Wait21)
03:41
Ways to build conversation with your kids into your day
01:16

SOCIAL HOST LAWS

In Connecticut, allowing anyone under the age of 21 to possess alcohol in any dwelling unit or on private property is a criminal offense punishable by up to one year in jail for the person who owns or controls the property.

The Person in control of the property does not need to be present, does not have to be aware of the drinking, nor do they have to be an adult for the fines to be incurred.

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NEW PREVENTION RESOURCES

Third Place: Safe Driving PSA, Greenwich High School