Does Family Dinner Prevent Substance Abuse in Kids?
"Dinner Makes a Difference" promotes keeping kids substance free.
Family Day was started started by CasaColumbia to inform parents that holding frequent family dinners helps keep kids substance free.
Whether you're dining out, making something at home from scratch or ordering take-out, CasaColumbia believes "Dinner Makes a Difference!" Family meals are the perfect time to talk to kids and to listen to what’s on their mind, according to the group.
"The more often kids eat dinner with their families, the less likely they are to smoke, drink or use drugs," according to information on CasaColumbia's website.
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