Youth Voice

You could stay inside, reading lots of brochures about why drugs and alcohol are bad for you… or you could get out and have some fun. Saying no to drugs doesn’t mean your life can’t be a party. Go live a full, fun substance free life. 

Things you can do to stay drug free:

  • Make good friends that won’t pressure you into trying things you aren’t comfortable with
  • Join Youth to Youth and become active in creating a drug free community
  • Be aware of emotional wellness and take care of yourself. If you’re feeling depressed, stressed, anxious, or overwhelmed, talk to people you trust to get support 
  • Pay attention to family history, since addiction can be passed genetically.
  • Educate yourself about the dangers of drug and alcohol use
  • Have fun and enjoy a sober life

Info for Gay Youth

Lesbian, Gay, Bi, and Trans (LGBT) people often have more stressors and are at increased risk for turning to drugs and alcohol to cope. If this is the case for you or someone you know, check out Seacoast Outright's website or Facebook page. Seacoast Outright is a social and support group for LGBT and allied youth in the seacoast area. 

Youth Voice


Underage drinkers account for nearly 20% of the alcohol consumed in the USA each year.

(Columbia University's National Center on Addiction & Substance Abuse)





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