Petersburg Mental Health Services wants people to lock up their booze at least well enough so that kids can’t get a hold of it. The non-profit counseling center is in the midst of a campaign to reduce youth access to alcohol. It was made possible with grant money from the non-profit, healthcare organization Alaska Island Community Services. Matt Lichtenstein recently spoke with Petersburg Mental Health staffers Kim Kilkenny and Stephanie Rodriguez about the “Lock up your Liquor” program: For mobile-friendly audio, click here.

For more information on the “Lock up your Liquor” campaign, you can contact Petersburg Mental Health Services at 772-3332.