Parents In Partnership

A tool that educates parents/caregivers about the health and safety risks of serving alcohol at teen house parties and increases awareness of and compliance with state underage drinking laws.

What is the Parents in Partnership Registry?

This registry is a tool provided by the Warrick County Cares & Youth First, Inc. and a component of the ‘Parents Who Host, Lose the Most, don’t be a party to teenage drinking’ campaign. ‘Parents Who Host, Lose The Most’ educates parents/caregivers about the health and safety risks of serving alcohol at teen house parties and increases awareness of and compliance with state underage drinking laws.

The purpose of the registry is to provide parents the ability to communicate with each other when their teens are at other teen’s homes and/or planning to attend parties. An important piece of the Parents in Partnership registry is the Parent Pledge. Parents pledge not to host underage drinking parties and to support other parents who also make the pledge.

By joining and signing the pledge, parents will be able to access the contact information of other parents who joined the registry. The pledge and registry is not a contract or guarantee that underage drinking will not occur.


Parent Pledge

An important piece of the Parents in Partnership registry is the Parent Pledge. Parents pledge not to host underage drinking parties and to support other parents who also make the pledge.

Secure

All parent and youth contact information remains confidential with the Program Coordinator at Youth First, Inc. as the administrator of the registry.

Impact your Community

By registering, you help our teens make positive choices for a healthy community.