December is designated as National Impaired Driving Prevention Month
December is designated as National Impaired Driving Prevention Month, a time to raise awareness about the consequences of driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
This year, 2014; parents, schools, businesses, faith-based and community organizations throughout the nation are recognizing National Impaired Driving Prevention Month by highlighting their success at reducing repeat impaired driving, saving money, and making the community safer by awareness and active prevention.
Awareness events aimed at making on school campus and church property policies clear are evidence of the tremendous impact that Principals, Pastors, Teachers, Police, School Superintendents and Bishops have had on the community. These events send powerful messages that DWI / DUI prevention save lives and reduce costs.