The Brockton Area Prevention Collaborative invites YOU to participate in the region’s Sticker Shock Contest that will engage students from across five school districts in the greater Brockton region to address underage drinking.

As a way for students to get involved, the Collaborative is looking for YOUR creativity to design a sticker to be posted on coolers in local liquor store establishments. The goal of these stickers is to prevent adults from buying alcohol for minors.

One winning sticker will be chosen to be used across the region, but the project does not stop there. Once a winner is chosen, the Collaborative will work with your student body to disseminate these stickers throughout your community within local liquor stores.

Dissemination of stickers will begin in the spring of 2020 with support from your local substance use prevention coalition and law enforcement partners. Further details regarding dissemination will be shared with your school at that time.

Sticker Shock Criteria

Criteria for stickers design:                                                     Print/download HERE.

  • Stickers should include a positive message.
    —For example, a positive message may be: “Make the right choice. For you and for them. Don’t buy alcohol for minors.”
    A negative message, for example, may be: “Underage drinking kills. Don’t buy for minors.”
  • Include penalties for buying alcohol for minors.
    —Up to one year in jail and/or $2,000 in fines
  • Include the Brockton Area Prevention Collaborative logo on the sticker.
    —Please contact Gabby Peruccio at or 508-904-7729 to access the logo.
  • The sticker can be no larger than 5X5 in size.
  • You may use graphic design software tools to create the sticker.
  • Stickers must be submitted to Gabby no later than Wednesday, November 20, 2019.
  • For questions, contact Gabby Peruccio at or (508)904-7729



September 28, 2019-May 3, 2020

Presented in partnership with Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office, Brockton Hospital, High Point Treatment Center, and Stonehill College, “Human Impact: Stories of the Opioid Epidemic” is an art exhibit that will be on display at the Fuller Craft Museum beginning September 28, 2019 until May 3, 2020. High Point Treatment Center’s Prevention Services’ staff connected “family members from the region who have been impacted by the opioid epidemic and paired them with 11 artists whose goal was to interpret the families’ experiences through art.” Please join us to view this powerful display of art.

Click here to read the Enterprise Article covering the Exhibit

Fuller Craft Museum

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