The Recovery Village’s resources can help parents learn about the dangers their teens face from alcohol use and addiction. Find out how treatment can help teens in need.

Teen alcohol abuse is a challenge for adolescents and their parents. Current teen drinking statistics show that, while alcohol use among teens is at a historic low, it remains the most commonly used substance among adolescents. Because teen drinking can quickly progress to addiction, it’s crucial that parents make themselves aware of the signs of teen alcohol addiction. Use the following resources to find more information about teen alcohol statistics, dependence, addiction, teen alcohol treatment, and other related topics.

Secret Places Teens Hide Alcohol

Teen Drinking Facts and Statistics

Underage Drinking Myths

How Media Affects Teen Alcohol Use

Teen Drinking and the Brain

Why You Shouldn’t Let Your Teen Drink At Home

Teens Get Drunk Without Drinking

Real Talk: Underage Binge Drinking in College

Teen Alcohol Abuse

Minor in Possession Charges

What Constitutes A DUI

Alcohol Abuse and Sexual Assault in College

Underage DUIs

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