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Here are some tips for hosting a party at your home with youth in attendance and for when your child attends a party at another home.
How to host a party in your home with youth
Tips for hosting a party in your home when youth are in attendance include:
- Make sure that party information is not posted on Facebook, Twitter or other social media sites.
- Set a guest list with your child.
- Have a start and end time for the party.
- Tell everyone who is invited and/or attends the party that no alcohol is allowed.
- You should stay at the house during the party.
- Tell people when they arrive which parts of the house are off limits.
- Do not allow children and youth to come and go from the party.
- Make sure that alcohol or medication in your home is not accessible to guests.
- Have other activities like videos, games or karaoke at the party.
When your child attends a party at someone else’s home
Here are some tips when your child attends a party at someone else’s home:
- Know where your child is going; get the name, address and phone number of the party location or host.
- Talk to your child about what to do if alcohol is available.
- Ask your child to be part of a buddy system with a friend.
- Make sure your child knows to call home for a ride under any circumstance, even if he or she drinks alcohol.
- Set a time your child needs to come home.
- Stay awake until your child gets home.
- Talk about the rules if your child plans to sleep away from home.
For more information:
- Phone: 905-546-2424 ext. 3162
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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