MIP and Illegal Use of Alcohol

Bracket handles MIP and Illegal Use of Alcohol Offenses

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Teens experiment and, among a host of new experiences, many try alcohol, (or marijuana or other controlled substances). Clearly, they are breaking the law but few would be considered criminals in the standard use of the word. These are people going through big changes and are responding to a multitude of influences.

That is precisely why a MIP program should be founded on changing young people for the better.

Bracket’s Learning from M.I.P and Illegal Use of Alcohol Violations course deals directly with the subject of young people making better decisions – about alcohol and drug use, about taking adult responsibility in the adult world they are about to enter.

Bracket’s Learning from M.I.P and Illegal Use of Alcohol Violations course doesn’t preach. Or talk down. Or bore minors with irrelevant information. The content is straight ahead common sense, presented in a contemporary manner that leads young people.

Take a look at the content as well as the presentation. You will find that Bracket’s [title] is built from the latest research and most recent advances in dealing with psychosocial behavior as it is manifested in teens and young adults.

Contact Bracket for a copy of the content or access to the on-line course here.