Underage Drinking: An Epidemic Among Teens - Alcohol Rehab Guide

Underage Drinking

The Dangers of Underage Drinking In the United States, consuming alcohol under the age of 21 is considered underage drinking and is strictly against the law. Drinking underage comes with legal consequences including mandatory community service, suspended license, fines and potential time in jail. Not only do individuals put themselves in danger, but they also … Continue reading Underage Drinking

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