Alcohol Awareness Month
Alcohol Awareness Month is a public health program organized by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence as a way of increasing outreach and education regarding the dangers of alcoholism and issues related to alcohol. The program was started in April 1987 with the intention of targeting college-aged students who might be drinking too much as part of their newfound freedom. It has since become a national movement to draw more attention to the causes and effects of alcoholism as well as how to help families and communities deal with drinking problems.
Lifesavers Traffic Safety Conference
April 1-4 | Seattle, WA
Lifesavers Traffic Safety Conference is one of the nation’s premier national highway safety gatherings dedicated to reducing the tragic loss of life on our roadways.
May 22-24 | Charleston, SC
The Association of Ignition Interlock Program Administrators (AIIPA) will be hosting this professional event in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina. More information to follow.
Governor’s Highway Safety Association 2023 Annual Meeting
August 12-16 | New York City, New York
With traffic fatalities and dangerous driving at unprecedented levels, it is critical to bring together roadway safety, public health, community, law enforcement and business leaders from across the nation to address the ongoing traffic safety crisis. This year’s theme, “Connecting Communities: Putting Vision Zero into Action,” affirms the importance of involving communities of all sizes in implementing proven and innovative solutions for preventing crashes.
NCSL Legislative Summit
August 14-16 | Indianapolis, IN
The National Council of State Legislatures (NCSL) Legislative Summit has long been the champion of state legislatures. NCSL has helped states remain strong and independent by giving them the tools, information and resources to craft the best solutions to difficult problems.
National Impaired Driving Prevention Month
The holiday season peaks in December and while people are celebrating with family and friends it is a perfect time to make sure everyone drives sober. We encourage you to work with your communities to make the roadways safer during this critical traffic safety period. Find more information regarding National Impaired Driving Prevention Month at a number of websites including NHTSA.