YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Students Against Destructive Decisions, a Yorktown High School drug-awareness group, will soon bring its message door-to-door with the help of Sophia's Pizza and Yorktown Pizza & Pasta.
The local restaurants teamed up with SADD and allowed the group to affix stickers to dozens of pizza boxes.
The sticker contains the statistic "71 percent of Westchester teens believe that getting their hands on alcohol is almost as easy as getting their hands on a pizza." The sticker was produced by nonprofit group Power to the Parent.
The statistic comes from a recent survey conducted by the Westchester Coalition for Drug and Alcohol Free Youth that said 71 percent of high school students find it “easy” or “very easy” to access alcohol.