The Effectiveness of an Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program among High School Students in Rural Missouri
A three-pronged program to prevent underage drinking delivered alcohol education and anti-drinking messages to high school students and their parents and distributed pertinent information to local alcohol retailers in a rural community. Compared to a control community, students in the intervention community were less likely to develop risky attitudes toward drinking over time.
Dixon, David J., and Alix M. McLearen. "The Effectiveness of an Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program among High School Students in Rural Missouri." Rural Educator 24, no. 1 (2002): 18-21.