AlcoholEdu for High School arrives in Oklahoma!

Oklahoma Department of Substance Abuse Services

Alcohol remains the number one drug of choice for America's teens and kills more teens than all other illicit drugs combined. According to a 2010 report by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), nearly 3 out of 4 high school students (72%) have consumed alcohol by the end of their senior year. And, from 8th grade to 10th grade, the number of students who drank alcohol in the last month nearly doubles.It is critical we work to help students get through this critical time in their lives.

2 Much 2 Lose

The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services is pleased to announce Oklahoma’s statewide adoption of AlcoholEdu for High School as part of its 2 Much 2 Lose (2M2L) underage drinking and prevention campaign. AlcoholEdu is an evidence-based online alcohol prevention course that engages today's teens using the tools they love -- the internet, videos, and project-based learning.

National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices

The State of Oklahoma is a leader in its prevention efforts and understands the importance of setting a solid educational foundation to help students make more informed decisions about alcohol. As such, every high school across the State of Oklahoma is encouraged to implement AlcoholEdu for High School.  AlcoholEdu is available AT NO COST to the schools.

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To Sign Up

Bringing AlcoholEdu to your high school or community is easy and doesn't cost you a dime! Simply review, sign and return a Letter of Commitment to (fax: 781-726-6688). Our team will contact you and can have you up and running in a matter of days.

Open the Letter of Commitment


Contact Tyla Vercollone, Partner Services at 877-338-5001 x115 or