New Research Compiles Safe Ride Programs Available All Across the Country – Programs That Save Lives Every Day

July 31, 2013

As back-to-school approaches, one organization has compiled a list of safe ride programs across the country, in an effort to teach parents and their teens safe and convenient alternatives to drinking and driving. As binge drinking among adolescents remains a national problem, this list serves as a beneficial resource to parents and young people alike.

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Thousands of Americans drink and drive each day, and alcohol remains one of the most widely abused drugs among adolescents. In a new article entitled, Safe Ride Programs Help Save Lives, recently published on AmericanAddictionCenters.com, safe ride programs throughout the country’s largest cities are highlighted. These programs provide safe, cost-effective and convenient alternatives to drinking and driving.

Studies show that children who begin drinking before the age of 15 have a greater chance of struggling with alcoholism at some point in their lives. Teens and Drinking Don’t Mix is another article found on AmericanAddictionCenters.com that provides tips for parents who are preparing to speak with their children about alcohol, as well as shocking new statistics about underage drinking.

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