If you are a parent of a teenager, download a copy of SADD's Contract for Life, and ask your teen to sign it.
According to SADD, one of the best tools in deflecting peer pressure is family.
Professionals dealing with members of this group may not be able to maintain confidentiality, and people in this group may benefit from an introduction to organizations such as Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD).
Be available and encourage children and teens to call home for a ride rather than drive with someone who has been drinking; assure children there will be no recrimination, as SADD recommends.
High school programs such as the earlier-described SADD can address some of the fear regarding drunk driving.