Football games and homecoming court are part of nearly every teen’s life. Teens enjoy spending time with their friends, getting involved in school activities and sports, and maybe even a parade. Unfortunately, football games and homecoming can also mean late nights, risky situations for teens, and underage drinking.
Some adults will facilitate those risks for teens by providing them with alcohol. Maybe they want to be cool parents or maybe they think that providing the alcohol lets them manage other risks, but research is clear that providing alcohol for young people is a mistake.
Parents like that are one of two reasons we created Parents Who Host Lose The Most. Communities needed resources to send a clear, unequivocal message: Providing alcohol for teens is unsafe, unhealthy, and illegal. Since its creation, Parents Who Host Lose The Most has helped communities in all 50 states and even in other countries. Those communities are the other reason we created Parents Who Host. It’s why we’ve offered it and other resources for more than 30 years.
We encourage you to get the Parents Who Host Lose The Most campaign materials you need to send your message. You can
become a Parents Who Host member
, order banners and yard signs for an outdoor advertising campaign, stamps and stickers to take your message to the community, and more.