Alcohol Awareness Toolkit

Explore our Alcohol Awareness Toolkit, featuring a collection of shareable resources and tools from the PTTC Network (funded by SAMHSA). Together, we can make a difference by raising awareness about alcohol-related harms and advocating for stronger alcohol policy safeguards. Browse resources, gain knowledge, and share with others to foster a safer and healthier community.


Social Media Graphics

Download and share the social media graphics below to help raise awareness about the dangers associated with alcohol and the importance for strong alcohol policies.

Download All Graphics

Click here to download all of the social media graphics at once!

Social Media Instructions

Download the instructions for how to share the graphics on social media.

Engagement Materials

Use the templates below to encourage engagement from prevention and public health stakeholders. These templates include guidance to help you customize the document with community-specific information and data.

Letters to Legislators

Op Eds


Regulatory Guidance

Alcohol is a leading cause of preventable death and harm in the United States. Regulatory systems can help to prevent these alcohol-related harms. This report reviews alcohol regulatory systems and how elements of these regulations are designed and implemented to support public health and safety.

Regulatory Guidance Document

Policy Analysis

The purpose of this worksheet is to help entities to identify where current and proposed regulations and policies are strong and where more specific prevention-informed approaches may be needed. 

Policy Analysis Worksheet

More Resources

SAMHSA Website

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

NIAAA Website

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism

Underage Alcohol Prevention

StopAlcoholAbuse.gov provides resources and information about evidence-based prevention strategies related to underage and harmful drinking. 

Underage Drinking Community Prevention

This community guide from the National Highway Traffic Safety Association discusses the importance of preventing underage drinking and provides an overview of recent advances in prevention planning.

Stop Underage Drinking

The Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Prevention of Underage Drinking (ICCPUD) is a federal committee working with governments and organizations at the state, territory, and local levels to reduce and prevent underage drinking and its consequences.

How to Talk to Your Child about Alcohol

This guide from the NIH is targeted towards parents of young people aged 10-14 and includes useful tips and suggestions for how to talk to your child about alcohol.

Test Your Knowledge


Test Your Knowledge - Alcohol

1 / 10

Which of the following are symptoms and risks of alcohol poisoning? Select all that apply.

2 / 10

Which of the following statements about underage drinking are true? Choose all that apply.

3 / 10

 In the State of Georgia, it is illegal to operate a motor vehicle with an alcohol blood level over ____.

4 / 10

True or False: Alcohol causes only short-term damage.

5 / 10

Which of these statements about alcohol is false?

6 / 10

True or False: You are safe to drive if you've only had a couple beers and you feel fine.

7 / 10

 Which of the following are signs of underage drinking?

8 / 10

Which of the following are tips for saying no to alcohol? Select all that apply.

9 / 10

Why is underage drinking more damaging? Select all that apply.

10 / 10

How much more likely is a person to become dependent on alcohol if they start drinking before the age of 15?

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