NEXT GAUDPC MEETINGDate: TBD
NEXT TCUDPP MEETING
Date: February 3, 2017
Time: 10:30 am - noon
Location: Howson Library Agenda: Therapist Wendi Kozlowski on Bullying and APD Community Liaison on OCL Summer Leadership Camp.
NEXT YSAPC MEETING
Date: February, 2017
Time: 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
Location: YWCA - South
UPCOMING TST SUMMIT
Date: Aug. 3-4, 2016
Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Seton Healthcare
St. Vincent de Paul Auditorium - 1st Floor 1345 Philomena Street Austin, TX 78723
Register at: TexansStandingTall.org.
Greater Austin Underage Drinking Prevention CouncilOur mission is to create a safe and healthy environment for the youth by reducing underage access to alcohol in the Greater Austin area.
A coalition comprised of community members, law enforcement, representatives from prevention organizations, schools, parent groups, businesses, youth advocacy and social services.
We formulate strategies to reduce the incidence and impact of underage drinking in the Greater Austin area.
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Monthly Archives: September 2014
Reported on 09/05/14 by the Austin American Statesman, “next year’s South by Southwest festival could look very different, with fewer pop-up events, less crowded venues and lines, more police patrolling downtown and a downtown shuttle to ease parking and traffic … Continue reading
New AZ law attempts to discourage “fake IDs” by requiring horizonal format for any alcohol purchases
Anyone who produces a vertical driver’s license for age verification can no longer purchase alcohol in Arizona, regardless of whether the holder is 21. The change is intended to discourage licenses to teens who might use it to purchase alcohol or get into bars. Continue reading