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Project SAVE (Stop Alcohol Violations Early) is a school based alcohol prevention program developed by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) to be used in Texas schools. The program is offered to students in fourth through ninth grades and teaches children not only to avoid alcohol because it is illegal for them to drink, but also teaches them how. Project SAVE instructors equip children with the necessary skills and tools to resist pressure to drink by peers, adults, society and their community. These tools have been tested by children and are proven to work in real life settings.
The message is delivered by TABC agents experienced in liquor law enforcement who present a realistic picture of the consequences of illegal underage drinking. These instructors are certified peace officers who have been specifically selected to instruct Project SAVE because of their exemplary dedication to children. They undergo a rigorous training period and are thus highly qualified to instruct the SAVE program. The participants in a SAVE program also have the added benefit of asking questions to instructors with years of experience in handling alcoholic beverage violations by minors.