While alcohol may affect drivers’ behavior, we all know that other distractions can also have devastating results. Gearing up for National Teen Driver Safety Week (Oct 17-23), we encourage parents...
We're very excited to announce the completion of Understanding Teen Drinking Cultures in America. This study, co-directed by George Mason University researchers Dr. David Anderson, professor of...
Along with our fight to stop drunk driving and underage drinking, The Century Council is also dedicated to fighting college binge drinking. Our newest initiative is really six different programs all...
New statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show a historic 60 year low in traffic fatalities on U.S. roads. In 2009, traffic fatalities and alcohol-impaired fatalities...
We're very happy to announce the publication of “The Implementation of Alcohol Interlocks for First Offenders: A Case Study.” This case study, written by Traffic Injury Research Foundation and...
Most people know the dangers of underage drinking. They know how it can lead to dangerous situations, put you in legal trouble, and make it harder to excel academically and athletically. But...
The Century Council is pleased to be attending the 2010 Lifesavers Annual Conference in Philadelphia. Lifesavers is the premier national highway safety meeting in the United States dedicated to...
New statistics on underage drinking are in. Nearly 28% of American youth aged 12-20 reported consuming alcohol in the past month, according to data released by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health...
For most of us here at The Century Council, college is a couple years in the rearview mirror. While our Research Department provides us with great quantitative and qualitative research on the...
The 2009 Monitoring the Future Study continues to reflect longer-term, gradual decline in underage drinking among American youth. From 2004 to 2009 decreases were noted in lifetime, past year,...