Impaired Judgment

ALCOHOL IMPAIRS YOUR JUDGEMENT. Don’t drink and drive.

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Plan While You Can


Football is a huge part of Texas culture and TxDOT seeks to encourage fans to enjoy the big game in a responsible manner by planning ahead for a safe ride home especially when game-day drinking is involved. To continue focusing on the issue of impairment, TxDOT developed the Plan While You Can Statewide Impaired Driving Football Campaign to encourage fans to kick off the game with a plan to get home safe before enjoying the football games and parties where drinking may occur. The campaign aims to reduce the number of DWI-related traffic crashes occurring on football game days when a Texas college or professional team is playing.

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Too Young To Drink 2017

The network of partner organizations has now exceeded 80 organizations in 36 countries around the world, working together to raise awareness of FASD internationally.
In its previous three editions (2014, 2015, and 2016), the campaign was based on the concept, created by Fabrica, the Benetton group’s communication research center, of a baby inside an alcoholic drink (baby in bottles, 2014, and “baby cocktail”, 2015 and 2016). This year, a new visual component was developed. It consists of a drawing, which was created by the Italian artist, art director, satirical author, Beppe Mora.
The campaign is coordinated by the Local Health Authority no.2 “Marca Trevigiana” (Veneto Region, Italy), which offered consultancy for the social marketing strategy and evaluation, basing on the experience of the project “Mamma Beve Bimbo Beve.”

For further information: www.tooyoungtodrink.org

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Just One More Drink Can Hurt

“Drinking too much alcohol can cause physical and emotional damage to you, your friends and your family. One out of every six New Yorkers drinks more than the recommended guidelines described below, and alcohol leads to nearly 1,800 deaths in the city each year.
If you are an excessive drinker, there are steps you can take to cut back and lower your health risks.”

Read more from NYC Health (USA)

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