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Spring Break

Spring Break

If you are of legal drinking age and you choose to drink,


  • watch your drink being poured, and never leave your drink unattended;

  • choose a designated driver;

  • alternate water;

  • pace drinks to one or fewer an hour. 


Learn More About Alcohol and Other Drugs

  • Protect your skin: use sunscreen and wear a hat and sunglasses 

  • Use bug spray

  • Stay hydrated and eat healthy: remember to fuel your body with nutritious, filling meals

  • Exercise: go for a run on the beach, visit the hotel gym, go for a swim

  • Relax: remember spring break should be a time to unwind and refocus 

Traveling with friends can be a lot of fun. Make an agreement to look out for each other throughout the trip and step in to help. 


  • If you go out with your friends, go home with your friends. Be ready to step up if you are worried about a friend who leaves a party with someone they don’t know. Create a distraction, or simply say that it’s time for your group of friends to go home. Learn More About How to Intervene

  • Be aware of your surroundings at all times. 

  • Alcohol poisoning is a medical emergency. Knowing the warning signs and intervening if a friend is in danger could save a life.