No One's House is a parent-to-parent campaign that works to reduce the amount of parents in a community who are providing teens with alcohol and/or allowing teens to drink in their homes.
Did You Know?
It is illegal to provide anyone, even your own child, alcohol if they are under the age of 21.
If you are caught providing alcohol to minors you face fines and jail time.
You may be held liable for any injures or damages caused by providing a minor with alcohol- no matter where that occurs.
The teen brain is developing until the age of 25 and alcohol can damage that developing brain.
Research shows that underage drinking has a series of negative consequences including reduced school performance, crime, injuries, risky sexual situations, motor vehicle crashes, and large economic impacts.
In 2014 in Hernando County over half of high school drinkers reported, “someone else’s home” as their usual drinking location, (FYSAS).
What You Can Do:
Refuse to give anyone alcohol who is under 21.
Be home when your teen has friends over.
Be sure teens are not bringing alcohol into your home.
Lock up any alcohol in your home.
Talk to other parents. Make sure they know you do not support underage drinking.