That alcohol wouldn´t leave you marked

By Secretaria de Salud Tabasco (Health Ministry, Mexico 2014)


Wrong Way

Carlos Gonzales: “This is a project I did for my found footage class at UCSC (Fall 17′) against drunk driving using mass media related sources. Each year there are over 10,000 deaths related to drunk driving, which is nearly one-third of all related car crashes. Yet there are many people who drive drunk and avoid being a factor into these statistics. My hope is that this short film can shed light on the hard truth to someone who thinks “a few beers” or “not driving far” while under the influence of alcohol is dangerous and can be fatal.”

Wrong Way from Carlos Gonzalez on Vimeo.

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.

Read more from HERE



Unveiling a new MADD


Still located at, the revamped site is easier to navigate with a modern design and intuitive navigation. Some of the improvements include:
# Easier Navigation – MADD cut out the jargon and focused on what you need to find. So, if you need help from MADD, it’s as simple as clicking “Get Help.” If you want to be part of the solution to end drunk driving, check out “The Solution” page.
# People first – The facts and figures surrounding drunk and drugged driving, as well as underage drinking, are informative, but they aren’t the real story. That begins with the people – those impacted, those fighting and those moving the mission forward. So, we changed the flow of information to keep the focus on people.
# Mobile friendly – In an effort to be user friendly, the site is now easier to visit and explore no matter the size of your screen.

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