Project Sticker Shock


Project Sticker Shock


Project Sticker Shock is an enforcement strategy that targets people over age 21 that may consider purchasing alcohol and providing it to minors. 

Project Sticker Shock consists of young people, with an adult chaperone, placing stickers on multi-packs of alcoholic berverages at liquor stores. The stickers read, "Providing alcohol to a person under 21 is illegal!" 

If your establishment would like to participate and help raise awareness among adults who may consider providing alcohol to minors Project Sticket Shock is for you!

If you are interested in being part of the 21 Proof training program here in Brockton, please contact:

Taneekah Freeman
Brockton Youth Network, Program Director
508.583.2250  x215

Why focus on Alcohol? Alcohol is the most widely used drug among youth, more than all illegal drugs combined, and is associated with a host of risk behaviors: violence, substance use, school-drop out rates, teen pregnancy, delinquency, depression and anxiety.