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The Frostburg Community Coalition was created in 2011 to begin combating the incidence of harms associated with youth access to alcohol; evidence-informed environmental preventative strategies include the support of law enforcement patrols, social norming marketing campaigns, and parental education.
What is the coalition’s goal?
To decrease the percentage of high school seniors that consume alcohol by 10% as measured by the Youth Risk Behavior Survey in the fall of 2014 and decrease the binge drinking rate among Frostburg State University Students by 10% as measured by the Core Survey in Spring Semester 2011.
Is the coalition anti-alcohol?
No, the coalition acknowledges people can use alcohol safely in a low-risk way. Our priorities focus on underage consumption and alcohol abuse.
The Frostburg Community Coalition has developed 10 strategies to keep consuming alcohol low-risk.