According to the Maryland Youth Behavioral Risk Survey (2013), over one quarter of Anne Arundel County youth reported alcohol use. Data by ZIP Code indicates underage drinking occurs in all of the county’s ZIP Codes with Crofton reporting the highest use and Gambrills reporting the lowest use. The majority of youth who use alcohol report that they get their alcohol from someone who gave it to them or that they gave someone money to buy it for them. Several surveys have shown that there is still a community ‘norm’ around substance abuse in the county and that some underage youth are given alcohol by their parents. According to a risk survey completed by the Coalition for Safe Communities in 2013, marijuana is the second most popular drug for Anne Arundel County youth. 14% of surveyed youth reported past 30-day use of marijuana, 2% higher than those reporting tobacco use.