Impaired driving is no accident. It’s a serious and deadly crime that kills every 30 minutes. NHTSA and its partners offer an array of toolkits and resources to help you plan and implement comprehensive programs to make your community a safer and healthier place.
All Programs A to Z
Interested in making a difference but not sure which toolkit to use? Review the entire collection here.
Community groups play a crucial role in organizing impaired driving programs at the local level. Help your community take action with the following NHTSA toolkits.
Law enforcement, prosecutors, and judges are key partners in your community’s impaired driving program. Toolkits provide guidelines for programs that change behavior and save lives.
Educators are in an powerful position to steer youth in positive directions and empower youth to steer themselves.
Employers can save time, productivity, money, and lives through employer based traffic safety initiatives.
The hospitality industry – restaurants, bars, and hotels – can benefit from toolkits on Designated Driver, Safe Ride, and other successful alcohol management programs.
Alcohol Screening & Brief Intervention
Medical, public health, and emergency service professionals are often the first to see the consequences of impaired driving. These toolkits describe partnership-based programs on interventions, communications, legislative outreach, and other strategies.
Preventing traffice deaths and injuries is one guaranteed way to assist mission readiness.
The motorcycle community is revving up to do its part in fighting impaired riding.
Prevention Institute has developed a set of tools to help increase the effectiveness of groups working in the field of prevention. They are designed to promote comprehensive strategies and effective collaborations.
Sports marketing can reach a variety of audiences that may be at risk for impaired driving. Learn about programs and strategies to bring impaired driving messages to sports participants and fans.
The problems of underage drinking and impaired driving are more than any one organization can manage alone. NHTSA toolkits empower youth and their advocates to create safer, healthier communities.