Nothing To Laugh About

Alcohol kills: Each year, about 5,000 people under the age of 21 die as a result of underage drinking.

** These include deaths from drunk driving, other accidents, homicides, suicides and alcohol poisoning.


This pledge is to yourself and those who you love that you will live responsibly by abstaining from alcohol until the age of 21. We won't share this information with anyone.

HowTo GetHelp

Tell your parent, teacher or school counselor. If you are a college student, contact your college's student health services department.

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WhatYou NeedTo Know

The Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (ABC Board) has launched a statewide campaign to educate students and parents about the dangers of under age drinking.

Under age drinking is ILLEGAL and law enforcement is cracking down in Alabama.


Feb. 21: Sparkman High School, Madison County

Read about it

Recent Events

Dec. 5: Montgomery Academy

Read Montgomery Advertiser story.

Nov. 17: Aliceville High School

Oct. 23: Leeds High School

Read story.

May 1: SADD Day, AUM

April 25: Gadsden City High School

See ABC 33/40 News Report from Gadsden.

April 7: Foley High School, Foley

Read Gulf Coast News Today story.

March 14: Hillcrest High School, Tuscaloosa.

Read Tuscaloosa News story.

March 17: Miles College, Fairfield, Co-Sponsored by The Links Inc.

See Fox 6 News Report from Miles.

"Under Age, Under Arrest" Launch Event

‚ÄčPrattville High School, Nov. 5, 2013

Video highlights from "Under Age, Under Arrest" kick-off event at Prattville High School.

State Rep. Phil Williams, R-Madison, tells Sparkman High students about a former high school wrestling teammate who died from a drunk-driving accident.