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Underage Drinking

Alcohol Use Disorder is a brain disease characterized by reoccurring alcohol use effecting a person's physical, social, emotional, and/or occupational aspects of a person's life (Shariatirad et al., 2013; Volkow et al., 2011).

Underage drinking refers to anyone in Michigan drinking under the age of 21.

Prevention programs strengthen protective factors by addressing those most at risk with accurate information about alcohol, articulate the potential consequences of misuse/abuse, and offer activities unrelated to drinking. To find the right program for your community, check out SAMHSA's Resource Center.

​Prevention Network | Mailing: 3815 W. St. Joseph Ste C--100, Lansing, MI  48917 

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Prevention Network is administered by Prevention Michigan, Inc., with funding provided through MDHHS/Behavioral Health & Developmental Disability-OROSC, MDHHS Injury and Violence Prevention Section, Mid-State Health Network, and Private Contributions.