Town Hall Meeting
Stay tuned for the 2014 round of Town Hall Meetings – Our Town. Our Health. Our Future.
Communities across the Nation are using Town Hall Meetings to help reduce underage
all success stories.
Find a Town Hall Meeting
Locate a meeting in your area.
Underage drinking is a significant public health concern that affects our youth,
communities, and Nation. This year, hundreds of organizations across the Nation
will be hosting Town Hall Meetings to mobilize communities around underage drinking
Get involved in this national movement.
Use this website to find information on why you should get involved, which types of prevention are
effective, and how to host an event to encourage community action. Preventing underage
drinking takes all sectors of a community—and you.
Resources for Event Organizers
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About Town Hall Meetings
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is inviting
communities to hold Town Hall Meetings as a grassroots effort to reduce the negative
impact of underage drinking on the health and safety of their members. SAMHSA sponsors
national Town Hall Meetings every 2 years. In 2012, 1,564 Town Hall Meetings were held with events taking place in every state and several U.S. territories.