Michigan is rolling out new guidelines designed to help health providers better identify teens with high-risk behaviors.
During the month of April nearly a thousand community-based organizations, colleges and military installations will offer free, anonymous alcohol screenings as part of Alcohol Awareness Month.
Some underage drinkers who seek medical help would get amnesty from prosecution under a bill approved by the Michigan House.
In the handbook “Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention for Youth: A Practitioner’s Guide” a screening tool is offered along with ways to quickly determine a child’s risk for alcohol-related problems and interventions.
Henry Ford’s Maplegrove Center is hosting free summer camp programs for children who are living in situations with alcohol/drug abuse, mental illness or other extraordinary stress.
April is Alcohol Awareness Month, and the Michigan Liquor Control Commission is encouraging community leaders to take this time to focus on the devastating consequences of underage drinking in their communities.
Pat Sweeting Reporting Do you have concerns about an older parent or grandparent’s drinking habits? Help is available in the form of a pocket-sized screening questionnaire from the U.S. Department of Health and Human […]