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The following infographics help illustrate the prevalence of underage drinking, its association with other public health problems, and the power of prevention. Please join with the Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Prevention of Underage Drinking (ICCPUD) in issuing a call to action for prevention by sharing this critical information. Infographics developed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration can be shared from this page. Select an infographic developed by another ICCPUD agency member for more information.

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Underage Drinking: Not Your Child?   Share External link. Please review our Disclaimer 

Most 12- to 17-year-olds do not drink, but the percentage who use alcohol and report drunkenness increases by grade. Having a friend who drinks is an early warning sign that strongly predicts your child’s future drinking level.

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Underage Drinking: Not Your Child?

High-Risk College Drinking: Not Your Child?   Share External link. Please review our Disclaimer 

The majority of full-time college students ages 18-22 use alcohol, and the consequences of their drinking can affect even those students who do not drink.

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High-Risk College Drinking: Not Your Child?

Consequences of high-risk college drinking.

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Consequences of high-risk college drinking. ​
When it comes to underage drinking, most youth deserve an A+. Prevention Works! Infographic

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When it comes to underage drinking, most youth deserve an A+. Prevention Works! ​
Underage Drinking Snowballs During December Infographic

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UNDERAGE DRINKING SNOWBALLS DURING DECEMBER ​
Underage Drinking Can Detour Academic Success

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Underage Drinking Can Detour Academic Success ​
Analysis of teen misuse of prescription opioids in combination with alcohol and other drugs. (National Institute on Drug Abuse)
Analysis of teen misuse of prescription opioids in combination with alcohol and other drugs. (National Institute on Drug Abuse) ​
Binge drinking risks and prevalence rates among women and girls by age, high school grade, and race/ethnicity. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Binge drinking risks and prevalence rates among women and girls by age, high school grade, and race/ethnicity. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) ​
Comparison of alcohol, cigarette, and drug use by 8th-, 10th-, and 12th-grade students. (National Institute on Drug Abuse)
Comparison of alcohol, cigarette, and drug use by 8th-, 10th-, and 12th-grade students. (National Institute on Drug Abuse) ​
Relationship between alcohol use and HIV/AIDS. (National Institute on Drug Abuse)
Relationship between alcohol use and HIV/AIDS. (National Institute on Drug Abuse) ​