A BAD MIX FOR TEXAS
Powdered alcohol poses a serious public health threat, especially to youth.
Almost 40 states have banned powdered alcohol.
Texas should be next.
CONCEALABLE. Backpacks, purses, and other small bags
can hide hundreds of packets.
EASILY MISUSED. Sprinkling it on food, snorting it, adding it to alcoholic beverages, or using multiple packets in one drink can lead quickly to overconsumption and risk for alcohol poisoning.
APPEALING TO YOUTH. Packaging and flavors are highly attractive to young people.
1. Educate others on this issue. Download shareable infographic here.
ONE BACKPACK COULD CONCEAL HUNDREDS OF SHOTS OF ALCOHOL
Image courtesy of Scott Webb
Texans for Safe and Drug-Free Youth, which was founded in 1997 as Texans Standing Tall, is the state’s leading organization working to end underage alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use. We are a statewide coalition, and we partner with state and local agencies, community groups, colleges, and others, relying on proven practices and strategies to create healthier and safer communities. For more information, contact us at info@TxSDY.org or 512-442-7501.
TEXANS FOR SAFE AND DRUG-FREE YOUTH