Friday, September 25, 2020

SUPPER Project Promising, But Show Mixed Results


This program seeks to help parents become facilitators in preventing children's substance misuse, by encouraging them to have five or more family meals together weekly.

The program is rated Promising. Intervention group parents showed a statistically significant increase in talking with children about alcohol, compared with control group parents, but there were no statistically significant differences in number of family meals per week and talking with children about marijuana and other drugs.


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