284 Lesson 9.2 Key Terms Key Terms detoxification process of completely stopping all alcohol use to remove the substance from the body Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) self-help program for people with alcohol-use disorders to help them change how they think about drinking enabling encouraging a person’s unhealthy behaviors, either intentionally or unintentionally Alateen support group where young people who have loved ones with an alcohol-use disorder come together to share their experiences and learn ways to cope with problems Al-Anon Family Groups support group where family members and friends who have loved ones with an alcohol-use disorder come together to share their experiences, receive encouragement, and learn ways to cope with problems Learning Outcomes After studying this lesson, you will be able to describe factors that influence young people’s beliefs about alcohol use. demonstrate methods of preventing alcohol-use disorders. explain treatment methods for alcohol-use disorders. demonstrate how to help someone who has an alcohol-use disorder. Preventing and Treating Alcohol-Use Disorders Graphic Organizer Graphic Organizer Alcohol Use Before you read this lesson, think about how you would answer the following questions: What influences lead young people to try alcohol the first time? What are some ways to prevent underage drinking? What treatment is available for people with alcohol-use disorders? As you read this lesson, take notes about these topics using a graphic organizer like the one shown here. StacieStauffSmith Photos/Shutterstock.comco StacieStauffSmith Photos/Shutterstock Factors That Influence Beliefs About Alcohol Use Preventing Alcohol-Use Disorders Treating Alcohol-Use Disorders Alcohol Use
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