Health Alliance on Alcohol

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Health Alliance on Alcohol

Together with the New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System and White Plains Hospital, HEINEKEN USA founded the Health Alliance on Alcohol in 2005 to help families talk about alcohol and prevent underage drinking.

"Children of parents who speak up are more comfortable saying no to alcohol and resisting peer pressure."

Most parents understand the value of talking about alcohol to their children—but many don’t know where, when or how to start. The Health Alliance on Alcohol offers online articles and infographics and the free downloadable “Discuss Alcohol” ebook series to help adults start fact-based, age-appropriate conversations with teens between the ages of 11 and 21. Learn more at

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Health Alliance on Alcohol Helps Parents Talk to Teens About Underage Drinking
The Health Alliance on Alcohol is a national public initiative developed in partnership with the NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System, White Plains Hospital, and HEINEKEN USA to prevent underage drinking. Since 2005, the Health Alliance on Alcohol has provided parents, mentors and community leaders impactful tools on how to engage teens in honest, fact-based conversations on underage alcohol...
Dec 17, 2015 11:10 AM ET