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Teen Safety Information including Drinking and Driving and Internet Safety

Although we are primary focus is on keeping children 5 and under alive, this page is devoted to sharing worthwhile information we find on the preventable causes of death of teenagers. 

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Drinking and Driving

DUI Film "Graduation Day"
30-minute reality film about teen drinking and driving

In collaboration with the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts, the Foundation produced a reality movie aimed at the teen market on the consequences of driving under the influence.

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Watch a short clip of the movie which is narrated by Dan Rather and features Lane Garrison.

To order the video please make your tax deductible $15 check payable to "Troy and Alana Pack Foundation" and mail to:

Troy and Alana Pack Foundation
9000 Crow Canyon Road
Suite 249
Danville, CA 94506

The Foundation is a 501-C3 nonprofit corporation. Tax ID #04-3824484    The Foundation's plan to distribute this important video to all high schools in the US has been interrupted due to the major sponsor withdrawing due to budget cuts. This is a great video to buy and watch with your teen. We recommend you don't preface the video with  information to your teen for the best impact. Allow up to two weeks to receive the video.  The Troy and Alana Pack Foundation website is but you cannot order the video on the site.


Mother to speak of child's alcohol death
Dennis Friend, Staff Writer, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 03/08/2009
An audience at Iowa Western Community College will learn the tragic cost of college binge drinking from someone with first-hand knowledge. Patty Spady will speak Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the IWCC Kanesville Arena. Her daughter was found dead in a fraternity house at Colorado State University on Sept. 5, 2004. "I don't think she understood drinking could kill you," her father, Rick Spady, told ABC News' Good Morning America after her death. Authorities said 19-year-old Samantha Spady, a sophomore at Colorado State majoring in business, died of alcohol poisoning after drinking 30 to 40 beers and vanilla-flavored vodka drinks in an 11-hour period.


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