CPASA sets new campaign against underage drinking
PRINCETON — The Community Partners Against Substance Abuse coalition (CPASA) has started a “Draw the Line” campaign to encourage parents and other adults to say no to underage drinking.
CPASA coordinator Dawn Conerton said the purpose of the campaign is to remind parents and adults to do their part in preventing underage drinking by talking to teens about the dangers of alcohol, by not providing alcohol to minors and by supervising teen parties.
To promote its campaign, CPASA has posted a “Draw the Line” pledge for parents and other adults to sign at www.cpasa.org/pledge.
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