For many people, summer is a wonderful time for fun in the sun. Water destinations like beaches, pools, lakes, and rivers, provide an environment that appeal to all ages. These are ideal places for family gatherings and celebrations, which sometimes include drinking alcoholic beverages. This summer, “Protect What You’ve Earned,” by practicing these 6 safety tips:
Relax, soak up some sun, play in the water, and enjoy some fun this summer- don’t forget to follow these tips to help keep you and your family safe!
For more safety tips on the water please check out the official website of the U.S. Coast Guard’s Boating Safety Division, or the American Red Cross.
For more information on high risk drinking, please contact your local Substance Abuse Counseling Center (SACC).
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