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NAGHSR Underage Drinking Prevention Project Contact List


Federal Government

National Organizations

State Highway Safety Offices

OJJDP Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws Program Contact List


The following resources represent a comprehensive list of organizations that have an interest in or knowledge about underage drinking issues. The list begins with the individuals and organizations involved in the National Association of Governors’ Highway Safety Representatives (NAGHSR) Underage Drinking Project, including the names and contact information for the original five pilot sites and the six communities that participated in the rapid response team model.

Following this contact information is a list of national organizations. When possible, the address, phone, fax, e-mail and web site information is provided along with a brief description of the organization. This should assist organizations and coalitions working in the underage drinking field in identifying appropriate resources for further information.

In addition, this resource guide provides a list of contacts for each of the Governors’ Highway Safety offices and the state contact information for the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention’s (OJJDP) Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws program.

The NAGHSR Underage Drinking Prevention Project members hope that you find this booklet helpful in your efforts to reduce underage drinking in your community.

National Association of Governor’s Highway Safety Representatives (NAGHSR) Underage Drinking Prevention Project Contact List

Technical Consultants

PMB Communications
1114 North Illinois Street
Arlington, VA 22205
Fax: 703-237-8831
E-mail: PMBEER@worldnet.att.net

Leonard Communications
15713 Cherry Blossom Lane
North Potomac, MD 20878
Fax: 301-948-3736
E-mail: trina@erols.com

Pilot Projects — Comprehensive Programs

Project Extra Mile
Executive Director
302 South 36th Street, Suite 214
Omaha, NE 68131
Fax: 402-231-4307
E-mail: driibe@alltel.net

The mission of Project Extra Mile is “To create a community consensus that clearly states that underage alcohol use is illegal, unhealthy, and unacceptable.” To accomplish this mission, the project organized a community coalition with representation from public and private schools, law enforcement, the hospitality industry, prevention and safety groups, youth, health agencies and organizations, child advocacy groups, employee assistance programs, the faith community, prosecutors, emergency nurses, the media, and others. A nine-month needs assessment process, that was undertaken in 1996, continues to drive the coalition’s strategic plan which includes a variety of activities and programs including testimony to the state legislature, compliance checks of businesses licensed to sell alcohol, media advocacy, and training of high school students. The group also works with law enforcement, school administrators, parents, coaches and others to insure a clear, no-use message is communicated to underage youth. In 1999, the organization was honored by the National Commission Against Drunk Driving (NCADD) with their Community Award.

Safe and Sober Youth Coalition (SASY)
Children At Risk Today (CART)
Executive Director
14005 Staplestone Drive
Midlothian, VA 23113
Fax: 804-794-8823

The Safe And Sober Youth (SASY) program works to provide parents of Central Virginia with the tools they need to help teens avoid at-risk behavior. The focus of the program is to fight substance abuse, teen crime, and impaired driving. Through the Virginia License Presentation Program, SASY is able to provide every new teen driver household in Chesterfield and Powhatan counties with educational safe driving information. One focus of the program is to train parents to be better driving instructors for their children. The group also runs the “DUI Means” campaign to help teens understand the consequences of impaired driving.

Save Our Youth Coalition
Office of Highway Safety
Department of Public Safety
5263 South 300 West, Suite 202
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Fax: 801-293-2498
E-mail: pshs.jdame@state.ut.us

The Save Our Youth Coalition, initially formed to operate in the Salt Lake County area, has broadened to a statewide program. Several of projects the coalition has conducted include a statewide Cops-In-Shops program with 30 cooperating local law enforcement agencies, compliance checks, school-based information programs, public information, and store clerk training. A recreation-area patrol program has made an impact for the past several summers in the canyons surrounding Salt Lake City and statewide training and implementation of youth/peer courts, which include alcohol or alcohol-related offenses, also shows success. All eleven college campuses in the state have alcohol prevention programs and peer leadership and improvisational theater training is also conducted at the high school and junior high school level.

Travis County Underage Drinking Prevention Project
P.O. Box 1748
Austin, TX 78767
Fax: 512-473-9316
E-mail: gloria.souhami@co.travis.tx.us

The Travis County Underage Drinking Prevention Program (UDPP) receives federal funds from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration through a grant administered by the Texas Department of Transportation. The UDPP conducts anti-DWI/alcohol awareness public education programs for Travis County schools, participates in community events and health fairs and hosts Underage Drinking Prevention Task Force meetings on a regular basis. The UDPP has also identified the link between underage drinking and more visible social issues besides drinking and driving, such as binge drinking, teen pregnancy, fetal alcohol syndrome, unplanned/unwanted sexual encounters and alcohol poisoning. UDDP has highlighted those issues to the Travis County community to underscore the importance of reducing underage drinking. The program has also formed partnerships with a variety of county agencies in order to make a significant contribution in saving the lives of teenagers by discouraging their use of alcohol.

Rapid Response Team Pilot Sites

Coalition for a Drug-Free Tippecanoe County
P.O. Box 6223
Lafayette, IN 47903
E-mail: drugfree@dcwi.com

The Task Force on Underage Drinking’s (TFUD) mission statement is to reduce underage drinking in Tippecanoe County by developing, implementing, and evaluating a comprehensive plan and providing community-wide leadership initiatives in the areas of public policy, community involvement, law enforcement, treatment, education, and prevention. So far, TFUD has sponsored a community issue forum where parents, students, and concerned citizens gathered to talk about underage drinking, and an issues forum at Purdue University addressing the issue of underage and high risk drinking on campus. The Law Enforcement and Public Policy Committee met with local owners and managers of businesses that sell alcoholic beverages, and worked with Indiana Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking on legislation to provide voluntary alcoholic beverage server training. The Education Committee is working to gain approval for a survey in the county’s high schools.

Lenoir County Initiative to Reduce Underage Drinking
A Project of the Kinston/Lenoir County Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 157
Kinston, NC 28502-0157
Fax: 252-527-1914

The executive director of the Chamber of Commerce is the father of two teenage girls and became concerned about the underage drinking problem in the county. As a result, he formed the Lenoir County Initiative to Reduce Underage Drinking. One of the problems in the community is a perception among young people that no one cares if they drink. Parents often sponsor underage drinking parties and there is little fear of being caught for underage drinking offenses. To increase awareness of the problem, the group organized media coverage of the NAGHSR Rapid Response team visit and is working with a local television station to sponsor a public education effort. Law enforcement agencies and the state alcohol beverage control also worked to overcome a problem that prevented the agencies from communicating with one another during underage drinking enforcement efforts. In addition, the group was successful in obtaining funding to conduct a survey of admissions at the local emergency room to further highlight the seriousness of underage drinking in the community.

Prince George’s County, Maryland Highway Safety Program
6700 Riverdale Road
Riverdale, MD 20737
Fax: 301-731-7318

The Prince George’s County Highway Safety Program initially targeted the area of the county in and around the University of Maryland, the largest university campus in the state for their underage drinking prevention effort. A diverse group of organizations in the community representing law enforcement, secondary education, colleges and universities, board of license commissioners, substance abuse prevention, health department, and public officials came together to develop a comprehensive plan. One of the suggestions was to provide more support for students on campus who do not drink and publicize a survey about “No Drinking” choices as a socially acceptable norm. The group will also be working to remove alcohol advertising from the university’s school newspaper and will distribute copies of “Things to do Without Alcohol” that is published by the university’s health center.

Rio Arriba DWI Prevention Program
1122 Industrial Park Road
Espanola, NM 85732
Fax: 505-753-6557

The Rio Arriba County DWI Prevention Program in New Mexico is a local task force formed in 1994 to coordinate anti-drinking and driving activities. Because alcohol use among teens is high in the county, the organization applied for assistance in establishing a comprehensive underage drinking prevention program. One of the goals of the comprehensive program was to establish greater coordination among the various state and local law enforcement agencies, which has been accomplished through several successful enforcement initiatives. The group has also targeted retailers in the community that have a record of sales to minors and organized a successful effort to remove a prominent billboard advertising alcohol.

Take Charge Coalition
3105 State Route 3
Fulton, NY 13069
E-mail: murphyj@co.oswego.ny.us

The Take Charge Coalition, Inc., is a not-for-profit substance abuse coalition that was formed in 1995 in response to an alcohol-related death of a local high school student. The mission of Take Charge is to empower the community to prevent alcohol and other substance abuse and to promote a community norm which supports holistic health and well being. The group works to accomplish this mission by promoting healthy alternatives, zero tolerance of illegal underage drinking, and education and awareness of situations and consequences related to alcohol and other drugs. The coalition has broad representation from service providers, business, law enforcement, parents, education, and the media. When the group was formed, it hosted a two-day “community exchange”, which brought together stakeholders from throughout the community to address adolescent alcohol and other substance use. Since that time, the coalition has sponsored several community education programs, worked with the county school district to provide alcohol/drug free messages to parents, worked with tavern and off premise business owners on adolescent access to alcohol, and sponsored several alcohol/drug free activities through its Positive Alternatives Committee.

Youth Alcohol-Free Alliance of Hermantown (YAFA)
c/o Hermantown Community Schools
4307 Ugstad Road
Hermantown, MN 55811

The Hermantown school system formed a Learners at Risk committee several years ago, which formed the basis for the Youth Alcohol-Free Alliance of Hermantown. The group decided to apply for assistance in forming this underage drinking prevention effort after an incident at a local lake that involved reports of underage drinking and sexual assault. Denial is a major issue in the community, which some members attribute to the tradition of stoicism and handling problems “within the family.” So far the group has developed a mission statement, worked with other school systems in the area to develop a joint effort to combat underage drinking, and had representatives appear on a local public television station.


Federal Government


Safe and Drug Free Schools
U.S. Department of Education
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20202
Fax: 202-401-0689
Web site: http://www.ed.gov/offices/OESE/ SDFS

The Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program is the Federal government’s primary vehicle for reducing drug, alcohol and tobacco use, and violence, through education and prevention activities in the nation’s schools. The program supports initiatives to meet the seventh National Education Goal, which states that by the year 2000 all schools will be free of drugs and violence and the unauthorized presence of firearms and alcohol, and offer a disciplined environment conducive to learning. These initiatives are designed to prevent violence in and around schools, and strengthen programs that prevent the illegal use of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs, involve parents, and are coordinated with related Federal, State and community efforts and resources.


Center for Substance Abuse Prevention
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
5600 Fishers Lane, Rockwall II
Rockville, MD 20857
Web site: http://www.samhsa.gov/csap

CSAP’s mission is to provide national leadership in the Federal effort to prevent alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drug problems. CSAP connects people and resources to innovative ideas and strategies, and encourages efforts to reduce and eliminate alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drug problems both in the United States and internationally. CSAP fosters the development of comprehensive, culturally appropriate prevention policies and systems that are based on scientifically defensible principles and target both individuals and the environments in which they live.

Centers for Disease Control
Division of Adolescent and School Health
4770 Buford Highway, NE, Mailstop K-33
Atlanta, GA 30341-3717
Fax: 888-282-7681
E-mail: HealthyYouth@cdc.gov
Web site: www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dash

The Division oversees the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) and the School Health Policies & Programs Study which provide information on the prevalence and trends in health risk behaviors among U.S. high school students and to provide information on school health policies and programs addressing the prevention of health risk behaviors.

The YRBSS includes a nationally representative survey of high school students which is conducted every other year. The survey includes questions on driving and riding in a car with a driver who has been drinking and questions about alcohol use and binge drinking. Many states and large cities also use the YRBS and information on these same questions is available for them. The School Health Policies and Programs Study was first conducted in 1994 and repeated in 2000. It contains information on school health policies and programs related to alcohol use and possession. It also contains information on district and state level policies and on what is taught in the classroom on impaired driving and alcohol use. Year 2000 data will be available in Fall 2001.

National Center for Injury Prevention and Control
Mailstop K65
4770 Buford Highway, NE
Atlanta, GA 30341-3724
Fax: 770-488-1667
Web site: http://www.cdc.gov/ncipc

The National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) works to reduce morbidity, disability, mortality, and costs associated with injuries. Research includes include motor vehicle safety and youth violence.

National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information (NCADI)
P.O. Box 2345
Rockville, MD 20747-2345
Web site: http://www.health.org

NCADI is the world’s largest resource for current information and materials concerning alcohol and substance abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment. The Clearinghouse is a service of the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, which is under the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
6000 Executive Boulevard, Suite 409
Bethesda, MD 20892-7003
Web site: http://www.niaaa.nih.gov

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) supports and conducts biomedical and behavioral research on the causes, consequences, treatment, and prevention of alcoholism and alcohol-related problems. NIAAA also provides leadership in the national effort to reduce the severe and often fatal consequences of these problems.

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
6001 Executive Boulevard, Room 5213
MSC 9561
Bethesda, MD 20892
Web site: http://www.nida.nih.gov

NIDA’s mission is to lead the Nation in bringing the power of science to bear on drug abuse and addiction. This charge has two critical components: The first is the strategic support and conduct of research across a broad range of disciplines. The second is to ensure the rapid and effective dissemination and use of the results of that research to significantly improve drug abuse and addiction prevention, treatment, and policy.


National Criminal Justice Reference Service
P.O. Box 6000
Rockville, MD 20849-6000
Tel: 1-800-851-3420 or 301-519-5500
Web site: http://www.ncjrs.org

The National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) is one of the most extensive sources of information on criminal and juvenile justice in the world, providing services to an international community of policymakers and professionals. NCJRS is a collection of clearinghouses supporting all bureaus of the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs: the National Institute of Justice, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the Bureau of Justice Assistance, the Office for Victims of Crime, and the OJP Program Offices. It also supports the Office of National Drug Control Policy.

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)
810 7th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20531
Fax: 202-307-2093
Web site: http://www.ojjdp.ncjrs.org

The mission of OJJDP is to provide national leadership, coordination, and resources to prevent juvenile victimization and respond appropriately to juvenile delinquency. This is accomplished through developing and implementing prevention programs and a juvenile justice system that protects the public safety, holds juvenile offenders accountable, and provides treatment and rehabilitative services based on the needs of each individual juvenile. OJJDP also conducts the Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws program.


National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Traffic Safety Programs (NHTSA)
Impaired Driving Division
400 Seventh St., SW
Washington, D.C. 20590
Fax: 202-366-2766
Web site: http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov

NHTSA is responsible for reducing deaths, injuries and economic losses resulting from motor vehicle crashes. This is accomplished by setting and enforcing safety performance standards for motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment, and through grants to state and local governments to enable them to conduct effective local highway safety programs. The mission of the Impaired Driving Division is to develop partnerships to cooperatively save lives, prevent injuries, and reduce traffic-related health care and economic costs resulting from impaired driving (alcohol and other drugs). The goal is to reduce alcohol-related fatalities to no more than 11,000 by 2005. To accomplish the mission, the Division conducts a number of programs and activities targeted at youth including the following:

Safe Communities
Safe Communities Service Center
c/o NHTSA Region VI
819 Taylor Street, Room 8A38
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Phone: 817-978-3653
Fax: 817-978-8339
E-mail: Safe.Communities@nhtsa.dot.gov
Web site: http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/ safecommunities

Nine agencies within the U.S. Department of Transportation are working together to promote and implement a safer national transportation system by combining the best injury prevention practices into the Safe Communities approach to serve as a model throughout the nation. The Safe Communities Service Center serves as an information and technical assistance marketplace to advance Safe Communities nationwide. The Center provides one-stop shopping for local community needs for materials and resources related to building and strengthening Safe Communities.

Regional Offices

Region I (CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT)
Regional Administrator, NHTSA
Volpe Transportation Systems Center
Kendall Square, Code 903
Cambridge, MA 02142
Fax: 617- 494-3646

Region II (NY, NJ, PR, VI)
Regional Administrator, NHTSA
222 Mamaroneck Avenue, Suite 204
White Plains, NY 10605
Fax: 914-682-6239

Region III (DE, DC, MD, PA, VA, WV)
Regional Administrator, NHTSA
10 South Howard Street, Suite 4000
Baltimore, MD 21201
Fax: 410-962-2770

Region IV (AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC, SC, TN)
Regional Administrator, NHTSA
Atlanta Federal Center
61 Forsyth Street, SW, Suite 17T30
Atlanta, GA 30303-3104
Fax: 404-562-3763

Region V (IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI)
Regional Administrator, NHTSA
19900 Governors Drive, Suite 201
Olympia Fields, IL 60461
Fax: 708-503-8991

Region VI (AR, LA, NM, OK, TX, Indian Nations)
Regional Administrator, NHTSA
819 Taylor Street, Room 8A38
Fort Worth, TX 76102-6177
Fax: 817-978-8339

Region VII (IA, KS, MO, NE)
Regional Administrator, NHTSA
901 Locust Street
Kansas City, MO 64106
Fax: 816-329-3910

Region VIII (CO, MT, ND, SD, UT, WY)
Regional Administrator, NHTSA
555 Zang Street, Room 430
Lakewood, CO 80228
Fax: 303-969-6294

Region IX (AZ, CA, HI, NV, American Samoa, Guam, N. Mariana Islands)
Regional Administrator, NHTSA
201 Mission Street, Suite 2230
San Francisco, CA 94105
Fax: 415-744-2532

Region X (AK, ID, OR, WA)
Regional Administrator, NHTSA
3140 Jackson Federal Building
915 Second Avenue
Seattle, WA 98174
Fax: 206-220-7651


National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
490 L’Enfant Plaza, SW
Washington, DC 20594
Web site: http://www.ntsb.gov

The National Transportation Safety Board is an independent Federal agency that investigates every civil aviation accident in the United States and significant accidents in the other modes of transportation, conducts special investigations and safety studies, and issues safety recommendations to prevent future accidents. Safety Board investigators are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
National Organizations

National Organizations

AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
1440 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Fax: 202-638-5848
Web site: http://www.aaafts.org

The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety is a not-for-profit, publicly supported charitable educational and research organization that funds research projects designed to discover the causes of traffic crashes. This research has been used to develop focused, high-impact educational materials for drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists and other road users.

Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety
750 First St. NE
Suite 901
Washington, D.C. 20002
Fax: 202-408-1699
Web site: http://www.saferoads.org

Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety is an alliance of consumer, health and safety groups and insurance companies and agents working together to make America’s roads safer. Advocates encourages the adoption of federal and state laws, policies and programs that save lives and reduce injuries. By joining its resources with others, Advocates help build coalitions to increase participation of a wide array of groups in public policy initiatives which advance highway and auto safety.

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
141 Northwest Point Boulevard
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007-1098
Fax: 847-228-5097
Web site: http://www.aap.org

The American Academy of Pediatrics is an organization of 55,000 primary care pediatricians, pediatric medical specialists, and pediatric surgical specialists dedicated to the health, safety, and well being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults. The AAP has developed guidelines on alcohol prevention and service that encourage all providers of adolescent health care to discuss the hazards of alcohol and other drug use with their patients as a routine part of risk behavior assessment, to take the opportunity to reinforce non-use behaviors and assess current use with a nonjudgmental approach. The organization also recommends that special attention be paid to the discussion of this issue when risk factors for problem drinking, such as a family history of alcoholism, are present. In addition, AAP encourages pediatricians to assist families, churches, community agencies, and school personnel in developing alcohol education programs and alcohol-free activities.

American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA)
4301 Wilson Blvd., Suite 400
Arlington, VA 22203
Fax: 703-522-1533
Web site: http://www.aamva.org

AAMVA is a voluntary association of public service executives responsible for motor vehicle administration, driver licensing issues and the enforcement of state and national laws that govern the safe use of vehicles on the roads in the United States and Canada.

American Medical Association (AMA)
Office of Alcohol & Other Drug Use
515 North State Street
Chicago, IL 60610
Fax: 312-464-4024
Web site: http://www.ama-assn.org/special/aos

The AMA’s Office of Alcohol and Other Drug Use has received funding through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) to develop and implement two programs aimed at attacking binge drinking and the use of alcohol by U.S. youth. The projects are A Matter of Degree: The National Effort to Reduce High Risk Drinking Among College Students and a program called Reducing Underage Drinking Through Coalitions. The goal of the underage drinking project is to reduce underage alcohol use and related problems through broad-based coalitions that address environmental factors that contribute to use of alcohol. The goal for the college project is the same only it focuses on binge drinking on college campuses.

American Probation and Parole Association
P.O. Box 11910
Lexington, KY 40578
Fax: 606-244-8001
Web site: http://www.appa-net.org

The American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) is an international association composed of individuals from the United States and Canada actively involved with probation, parole and community-based corrections, in both adult and juvenile sectors. APPA manages the teen court program, which has proven to be a useful tool in combating underage drinking. They also have developed a publication on juvenile holdover programs.

American Public Health Association
800 I Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Fax: 202-777-2532
Web site: http://www.apha.org

APHA is concerned with a broad set of issues affecting personal and environmental health, including federal and state funding for health programs, injury prevention, programs and policies related to chronic and infectious diseases, a smoke-free society by the year 2000, and professional education in public health. Because of its broad public impact, the organization also focuses attention on alcohol prevention as it relates to youth.

BACCHUS & GAMMA Peer Education Network
P.O. Box 100430
Denver, CO 80250-0430
Fax: 303-871-0907
Web site: http://www.bacchusgamma.org
E-mail: bacgam@aol.com

The BACCHUS and GAMMA Peer Education Network is an international association of college and university based peer education programs dedicated to alcohol abuse prevention and related student health and safety issues.

Center for Media Literacy
4727 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 403
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Fax: 323-931-4474
Web site: http://www.medialit.org

A national nonprofit project that develops and distributes educational materials and programs that promote critical thinking about the media: from television to tee shirts, from billboards to the Internet. Includes links to upcoming conferences and training sessions.

Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI)
1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20009
Fax: 202-265-4954
Web site: http://www.cspinet.org

The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) is a non-profit education and advocacy organization that focuses on improving the safety and nutritional quality of our food supply and on reducing the carnage caused by alcoholic beverages. CSPI seeks to promote health through educating the public about nutrition and alcohol; it represents citizens’ interests before legislative, regulatory, and judicial bodies; and it works to ensure that advances in science are used for the public’s good.

Centers for the Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT)
Web site: http://www.captus.org

The primary mission of the National Centers for the Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT) system is to bring research to practice by assisting states/ jurisdictions and community-based organizations in the application of the latest research-based knowledge to their substance abuse prevention programs, practices, and policies. The body of knowledge and experience that defines what works best in prevention programming has not impacted the prevention field to the desired level of effectiveness. The CAPT system is a practical tool to increase the impact of this body of knowledge and experience through new channels of communication, regional and local relationships, and sensible customization and repackaging.

Border Region
(U.S.-Mexico border—Arizona, California, New Mexico, Texas)
Project Diretor
Arizona-Mexico Border Health Foundation
2501 E. Elm Street
Tucson, AZ 85716
Fax: 520-795-1365
E-mail: skunz@ambhf.org
Web site: http://www.bordercapt.org

Central Region
(North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Michigan, Red Lake Chippewa Band)
Project Director
Minnesota Institute of Public Health
2829 Verndale Avenue
Anoka, MN 55303
Fax: 612-427-7841,
E-mail: jjaker@miph.org
Web site: http://www.miph.org/capt

Northeast Region
(Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York)
Project Director
Education Development Center, Inc.
55 Chapel Street
Newton, MA 02158-1060
Fax: 617-527-4096,
E-mail: michaelr@edc.org
Web site: www.edc.org/capt

Southeast Region
(Alabama, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virgin Islands, Virginia)
Chris Gilmer, Project Director
Developing Resources for Education in America, Inc. (DREAM)
310 Airport Rd., Ste. D
Jackson, MS 39208
800-233-7326 or 601-933-9199,
Fax: 601-933-1138
E-mail: dream@cenaccsys.com
Web site: http://www.secapt.org

Southwest Region
Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska)
Project Director
Southwest Prevention Center
University of Oklahoma
555 Constitution Street, Ste. 132
Norman, OK 73072
Fax: 405-325-7092,
E-mail: molowther@ou.edu
Web site: http://www.swcapt.org

Western Region
California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Guam, Hawaii, Alaska, American Samoa, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands, Federated States of Micronesia {Chuuk, Kosrae, Pohnpei, Yap}, Marshall Islands, Palau)
Project Director
University of Nevada, Reno
Mail Stop 279
Reno, NV 89557
Fax: 702-784-1840
E-mail: gfisher@unr.edu
Web site: http://www.unr.edu/westcapt

The Century Council
1310 G Street, NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20005
Fax: 202-637-0079
Web site: http://www.centurycouncil.org

The Century Council is a national, not-for-profit organization dedicated to reducing drunk driving and underage drinking problems, two of society’s top safety concerns. Funded by America’s leading distillers, the Council has developed, tested and implemented a broad range of programs to address underage drinking problems, including legislation and enforcement, retailer support and a menu of education programs for young people from middle school through college.

Combating Underage Drinking in Maryland
Executive Director
Governor’s Office of Crime Control & Prevention
300 East Joppa Road, Suite 1105
Baltimore, MD 21286-3016
Fax: 410-321-3116
Web site: http://www.cesear.umd.edu/goccp/ drinking/drinking.htm

In 1998, the Governor’s Office of Crime Control Prevention launched the Combating Underage Drinking (CUD) Initiative to address concerns regarding underage drinking in Maryland. An interagency task force was convened by the Lt. Governor to bring together experts in areas of law enforcement, youth prevention, juvenile justice and highway safety. The goals of Combating Underage Drinking are to enforce laws prohibiting the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages to people under 21 years of age, prosecute violators with uniform and effective sanctions, and decrease the perception among the general public, parents and youth that underage drinking is normal and an “acceptable rite of passage” in adolescence.

Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA)
901 North Pitt St., Suite 300
Alexandria, VA 22314
Fax: 703-706-0565
Web site: http://www.cadca.org

CADCA, with a membership over 5,600 community coalition members, works with organizations to bring together multiple sectors of the community in identifying problems and developing comprehensive community-wide approaches to substance abuse and its related problems.

Drawing the Line on Underage Alcohol Use
Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services
8630 Fenton Street, 10th Floor
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Web site: http://www.co.mo.md.us/services/ hhs/pubhlth/dtl/dtl.html

Drawing the Line is a successful community coalition of 30 to 40 organizations and individuals working to prevent underage alcohol use by changing community perception of and reaction to underage alcohol use. In contrast to 1992, most people in Montgomery County now realize that underage drinking is illegal, unhealthy and unacceptable.

Emergency Nurses Cancel Alcohol Related Emergencies (ENCARE)
205 South Whiting Street, Suite 403
Alexandria, VA 22314
Fax: 703-370-4005
E-mail: encare@aol.com
Web site: http://www.ena.org

Emergency Nurses CARE (EN CARE) is a non-profit organization with more than 5,000 trained emergency health care professionals who volunteer their time in their local communities in 47 states to educate the public about preventing injuries, including automobile crashes. Volunteers are available to conduct demonstrations on the dangerous consequences of teen drinking and driving.

FACE: Truth and Clarity About Alcohol
105 West Fourth Street
Clare, MI 48617
Fax: 517-386-3532
Web site: http://www.faceproject.org

FACE is a national non-profit organization that focuses specifically on alcohol issues in the areas of media development, training, and advocacy. A product catalog provides access to videos, commercials, outdoor advertising, and print materials that address the health and safety risks associated with alcohol.

Harvard School of Public Health
College Alcohol Study
Department of Health & Social Behavior
Harvard School of Public Health
677 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
E-mail: cfinn@hsph.harvard.edu
Web site: www.hsph.harvard.edu/cas

The Harvard School of Public Health College Alcohol Study (CAS) is an ongoing survey of 15,000 students at 140 four-year colleges in 40 states. It was the first study to use the term “binge drinking” to describe the pattern of heavy episodic alcohol use that is characteristic of many college students. It was also the first to identify the “second-hand effects” of binge drinking— those problems suffered by other, non-binging students. The study examines important issues in college alcohol abuse, including the role of fraternities and sororities and of athletics, the special situation of freshmen, the influence of student drinking norms on behavior, and the role that availability and price play. The College Alcohol Study has now surveyed different random samples of students at the same four-year colleges three times: in 1993, 1997, and in 1999.

The Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention
Education Development Center, Inc.
55 Chapel Street
Newton, MA 02158-1060
Fax: 617-928-1537
E-mail: HigherEdCtr@edc.org
Web site: http://www.edc.org/hec/

The Center is the nation’s primary resource for assisting colleges and universities in developing and carrying out alcohol and other drug problem prevention in campus communities. It offers a variety of services including training and professional development activities, publications, and technical assistance.

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
1005 North Glebe Road, Suite 800
Arlington, VA 22201
Fax: 703-247-1588
Web site: http://www.hwysafety.org

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is a non-profit, research and communica-tions organization dedicated to reducing highway crash deaths, injuries and property damage losses. IIHS, which is funded by automobile insurers, publishes a number of reports on teen drivers.

International Association of Chiefs of Police
515 North Washington Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
703-836-6767 (800) 843-4227
Fax: 703-836-4543
Web site: http://www.theiacp.org

The International Association of Chiefs of Police is the world’s oldest and largest nonprofit membership organization of police executives, with over 16,000 members in over 100 different countries. IACP’s leadership consists of the operating chief executives of international, federal, state and local agencies of all sizes. The Ad Hoc Committee on Teen Drinking and Driving is working on developing a Tool Box on Underage Drinking and Driving for use by police departments across the country.

Join Together
441 Stuart Street
Boston, MA 02116
Fax: 617-437-9394
Web site: http://www.jointogether.org

Join Together is a national resource for communities fighting substance abuse and gun violence. A project of the Boston University School of Public Health, they are funded by grants from The Robert Wood Johnson and Joyce Foundations.

Marin Institute for the Prevention of Alcohol and Other Drug Problems
24 Belvedere Street
San Rafael, CA 94901
Fax: 415-456-0491
Web site: http://www.marininstitute.org

The mission of the Marin Institute is to create an environment that helps individuals make healthy choices by protecting individuals from the harmful effects of alcohol advertising, serving as the watchdogs of alcohol marketing, distributing materials and providing training.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
511 East John Carpenter Freeway, Suite 700
Irving, TX 75062
214- 744-6233
Web site: http://www.madd.org

Mothers Against Drunk Driving is a non-profit grass roots organization with more than 600 chapters nationwide. MADD’s focus is to look for effective solutions to the drunk driving and underage drinking problems, while supporting those who have already experienced the pain of these senseless crimes. In the Under 21 area, MADD sponsors the following programs: Parenting-The Key, Youth In Action, Student Activist Training, Poster Essay Contest, Take the Lead, and the Year 2000 National Youth Summit to Prevent Underage Drinking.

National Alcohol Beverage Control Association (NABCA)
4216 King Street, West
Alexandria, VA 22302
Fax: 703-820-3551
Web site: http://www.nabca.org

NABCA is an organization representing alcohol control state officials. The association provides opportunities for these officials to discuss common problems, share experiences and learn about strategies employed in other control jurisdictions (such as Canada and the Scandinavian countries). Control states are known for their direct control over the retail and/or wholesale distribution of alcohol beverages.

National Association for Community Leadership
200 South Meridian Street, Suite 250
Indianapolis, IN 46215
Fax: 317-637-7413
Web site: http://www.communityleadership.org

The National Association for Community Leadership is a non-profit organization, founded in 1979, dedicated to nurturing leadership in communities throughout the United States and internationally. Their mission is to strengthen and transform communities by enhancing the capacity of inclusive, community leadership development efforts.

National Association of Governors’ Highway Safety Representatives (NAGHSR)
750 First St., NE, Suite 720
Washington, D.C. 20002
Fax: 202-789-0946
Web site: http://www.naghsr.org

The National Association of Governors’ Highway Safety Representatives (NAGHSR) is the voice of the states in highway safety. The nonprofit association represents the highway safety programs of states and territories on the “human factors” of highway safety. Such areas include underage drinking prevention, occupant protection, impaired driving, speed enforcement, and motor carrier, school bus, pedestrian and bicycle safety. NAGHSR’s mission is to provide leadership in the development of national policy to ensure effective highway safety programs.

National Association of School Resource Officers
P.O. Box 40
Boyton, FL 33425-0040
Web site: http://www.nasro.org

N.A.S.R.O. (The National Association of School Resource Officers) is a not-for-profit organization made up of school based law enforcement officers & school administrators throughout the United States. NASRO is the made up of liaison officers currently assigned to a school community and is the largest training and certification organization for school based police and district personnel in the Nation. School resource officers promote a better understanding of laws, why they were enacted and their benefits. They provide a visible and positive image for law enforcement, serve as a confidential source of counseling to students, and bring expertise into schools that will help young people make more positive choices in their lives. Resource officers work to protect the school environment and maintain an atmosphere where teachers feel safe to teach and students feel safe enough to learn.

National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors (NASADAD)
National Prevention Network (NPN)
808 17th St., N.W.
Washington, DC 20006.
Web site: http://www.nasadad.org

The National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors, Inc. (NASADAD) is a private, not-for-profit educational, scientific, and informational organization for State Drug Agency Directors. NASADAD’s basic purpose is to foster and support the development of effective alcohol and other drug abuse prevention and treatment programs throughout every state.

National Association of Student Councils (NASC)
National Association of Secondary School Principals
1904 Association Drive
Reston, VA 20191-1537
Fax: 703-476-5432
Web site: http://www.nassp.org

The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) serves education leaders in middle level schools and high schools, including administrators, teachers, students, and others interested in education and the welfare of today’s youth.

National Association of Teen Institutes (NATI)
1800 North Meridian Street, Suite 402
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Web site: http://www.orst.edu/dept/teeninstitute

The National Association of Teen Institutes (NATI) is a network of youth leadership programs throughout the U.S. dedicated to providing young people the leadership skills to promote alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention and healthy lifestyles.

The National Center on Addiction & Substance Abuse
(CASA) at Columbia University
152 West 57 Street
New York, NY 10019
Web site: http://www.casacolumbia.org

The mission of CASA is to inform Americans of the economic and social costs of substance abuse and its impact on their lives. The organization assesses what works in prevention, treatment, and law enforcement; encourages every individual and institution to take responsibility to combat substance abuse and addiction, and provides those on the front lines with the tools they need to succeed.

National Committee on Uniform Traffic Laws and Ordinances (NCUTLO)
107 South West Street, Suite 110
Alexandria, VA 22314
Fax: 540-465-5383
Web site: http://www.ncutlo.org

The National Committee on Uniform Traffic Laws and Ordinances is a private, non-profit membership organization dedicated to providing uniformity of traffic laws and regulations through the timely dissemination of information and model legislation on traffic safety issues.

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence
12 West 21st St., 7th Floor
New York, NY 10010
212-206-6770 or 800-622-2255
Fax: 212-645-1690
Web site: http://www.ncadd.org

NCADD, a voluntary organization with a nationwide network of affiliates, provides education, information, help and hope in the fight against the chronic, often fatal disease of alcoholism and other drug addiction.

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
P.O. Box 8970
Reno, NV 89502
Web site: http://www.ncjfcj.unr.edu

The National Council has responded to the problem of alcohol and drug abuse in juvenile and family courts with a broad-based substance abuse program focusing on judicial policy and practice. Issues range from judicial leadership for community-based prevention, intervention and treatment alternatives to perinatal issues affecting mothers and their infants. Judicial education and training for alcohol and other drug abuse responses are offered through curricula, publications, courses, workshops and conferences nationwide.

National District Attorneys Association
National Traffic Law Center (Division of American Prosecutors Research Institute)
Division of American Prosecutors Research Institute

99 Canal Center Plaza
Alexandria, VA 22314
Fax: 703-836-3195
Web site: www.ndaa-apri.org

In 1984, the National District Attorneys Association founded the American Prosecutors Research Institute (APRI) as a non-profit research and program development resource for prosecutors at all levels of government. Since that time, APRI has become a vital resource and national clearinghouse for information on the prosecutorial function. The Institute is committed to providing interdisciplinary responses to the complex problems of criminal justice. It is also committed to supporting the highest professional standards among officials entrusted with the crucial responsibility for public safety.

One of the programs conducted by APRI is “Protecting Lives, Saving Futures,” which is available to law enforcement officers and prosecutors. “Protecting Lives, Saving Futures” is a curriculum designed to jointly train new police and prosecutors in the detection, apprehension and prosecution of impaired drivers, with a special emphasis on underage drinkers. The course is designed to bring new prosecutors and law enforcement officers together so they can more effectively detect, apprehend, and prosecute the impaired driver. Experts in the fields of toxicology, optometry, prosecution, and law enforcement provide instruction on breath, blood, and urine tests, the effects of drugs and alcohol on an individual’s eyes, specifically horizontal gaze nystagmus, the challenges officers face at the arrest scene, and the legal requirements prosecutors must meet in presenting evidence in court. The course also includes role reversal workshops for the students.

National Families In Action (NFIA)
Century Plaza II, 2957 Clairmont Road, Suite 150
Atlanta, GA 30329
Fax: 404-248-1312
Web site: http://www.emory.edu/NFIA

National Families in Action is a national drug education, prevention, and policy center based in Atlanta, Georgia. The organization was founded in 1977. Its mission is to help families and communities prevent drug abuse among children by promoting policies based on science.

National 4-H Council
7100 Connecticut Avenue
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
Web site: http://www.fourhcouncil.edu

National 4-H Council is a national, non-profit corporation that works with 4-H and Extension Services in counties and states to identify the issues of young people, find existing best practices, and build the movement of the voices and actions of youth

National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS)
Web site: http://www.noys.com

Since its inaugural meeting in 1994, The National Organizations for Youth Safety, (NOYS) has grown to over 40 national, youth-serving organizations. NOYS members meet a minimum of three times a year bringing many youth safety and prevention organizations to one table in order to discuss common issues. Through this dialogue many of the NOYS member organizations have collaborated on the development and delivery of national, NOYS-sponsored programs and projects. NOYS has given young people from different organizations an opportunity to meet their peers who are working on similar issues. Young people from the member organizations have been speakers and presenters at the conferences of a number of their fellow NOYS organizations. Federal agencies are interested in the NOYS members because it is a one-stop place to deliver a message to many. Just a few of the organizations that belong to NOYS include BACCHUS/Gamma, AAA, NHTSA, EnCARE, Future Homemakers of America, SADD, MADD and the National Association of Student Councils.

National Peer Helpers Association
P.O. Box 2684
Greenville, NC 27836-0684
Web site: http://www.peerhelping.org

Founded in 1986, the National Peer Helpers Association (NPHA) is a non-profit public benefit corporation whose mission is to provide leadership and promote excellence in the field of peer helping. Peer helpers, who are often young people, identify problems and encourage others to seek the necessary help from appropriate professionals. They provide opportunities for learning, guidance, emotional support, and growth which translates to reduced drug and alcohol involvement, higher academic skills, reduced HIV/AIDS, and unwanted pregnancy, reduced conflict, increased understanding of differences, and increased service to others. By helping others, peer helpers often increase their own self-esteem and personal functioning.

National PTA
330 North Wabash Avenue, Suite 2100
Chicago, IL 60611
312-670-6782 or 800-307-4782
Fax: 312-670-6783
Web site: http://www.pta.org

The National PTA works closely with other national health agencies and organizations to provide comprehensive health and safety projects and materials for local and state PTAs. The Health and Welfare Department of the National PTA focuses on such issues as: Violence Prevention, Critical TV Viewing Skills, Environmental Awareness, HIV/AIDS Education, Raising Alcohol and Drug Free Children, Self Esteem in Children, School Bus Safety, and more.

National Safety Council
1121 Spring Lake Drive
Itasca, IL 60143-5201
Fax: 630-285-1315
Web site: http://www.nsc.org

The mission of the National Safety Council is “to educate and influence society to adopt safety, health and environmental policies, practices and procedures that prevent and mitigate human suffering and economic losses arising from preventable causes.”

Police Executive Research Forum (PERF)
1120 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 930
Washington, DC 20036
Web site: http://www.policeforum.org

The Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) is a national membership organization of progressive police executives from the largest city, county and state law enforcement agencies. PERF is dedicated to improving policing and advancing professionalism through research and involvement in public policy debate.

Parents Resource Institute for Drug Education (PRIDE)
3610 DeKalb Technology Parkway, Suite 105
Atlanta, GA 30340
Fax: 770-458-5030
Web site: http://www.prideusa.org

PRIDE is a private, non-profit organization that serves parents, educators, and others interested in adolescent drug abuse. PRIDE provides a broad range of materials on drug-related health issues, technical assistance to those who wish to begin parent and youth groups, and provides referrals to local centers throughout the country. PRIDE also conducts national surveys on youth alcohol and other drug use and sponsors a Parent-to-Parent training program.

PRIDE Surveys
166 St. Charles Street
Bowling Green, KY 42101
Fax: 270-746-9598
Web site: http://www.pridesurveys.com

PRIDE Youth Programs
4684 South Evergreen
Newaygo, MI 49337
Fax: 231-652-2461
Web site: http://www.prideyouth.com

Founded in 1977, PRIDE (Parents’ Resource Institute for Drug Education), is the largest and oldest organization in the nation devoted to drug- and violence-free youth. Major PRIDE programs include the PRIDE Survey (student drug, tobacco and alcohol use and violence questionnaires), the Annual PRIDE World Drug Conference and the PRIDE Youth training programs (America’s PRIDE, Club PRIDE and PRIDE Pals). Since 1982 PRIDE Surveys have been used by over 6400 school systems. The surveys are a used a measure of effectiveness of the White House drug strategy and required for organizations receiving Department of Education funding.

Remove Intoxicated Drivers (RID)
P.O. Box 520
Schenectady, NY 12301
Fax: 518-370-4917
E-mail: DWI@rid-usa.org
Web site: http://www.rid-usa.org

RID’s mission is to deter impaired driving, and teen binge drinking that often leads to intense trauma. The organizations serves as advocates for victims, enablers of tough laws, and watchdogs for law enforcement and adjudication in the courts. RID also educates the public about the impact of abusive alcohol use on life and health with materials, public awareness campaigns, and intense media interactions.

Responsible Hospitality Institute
National Hospitality Resource Network
1250 Sixth Avenue, Suite 206
San Diego, CA 92101
Fax: 619-234-0319
E-mail: Jim@Hospitalityweb.org
Web site: http://www.hospitalityweb.org

The purpose of the National Hospital Resource Network (NHRN) is to inform and advise interested parties how to form cooperative and collaborative alliances to promote responsible hospitality principles and practices. The goals of the organization are: (1) Better relationships and improved communication among various public, private and government agencies and associations involved directly or indirectly with the hospitality industry. (2) A commitment by key state and community stakeholders to develop inclusive, cooperative, and collaborative partnerships for responsible hospitality. (3) Reduction in harm caused by high-risk practices of hospitality and retail licensed beverage businesses. (4) Improved public image of the hospitality and retail beverage industries and general development and enhancement of the professionalism of management and staff.

Social Development Research Group (SDRG)
University of Washington
9725 3rd Avenue NE, Suite 401
Seattle, WA 98115-2024
Fax: 206-543-4507
Web site: http://www.washington.edu/sdrg

SDRG’s research focuses on the prevention and treatment of health and behavior problems among young people. Drug abuse, delinquency, risky sexual behavior, violence, and school dropout are among the problems addressed. J. David Hawkins, director, and Richard F. Catalano, associate director, began in 1979 to develop the Social Development Strategy, which provides the theoretical basis for risk- and protective-focused prevention that underlies much of the group’s research.

Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
P.O. Box 800
Marlboro, MA 01752
Fax: 508-481-5759
Products: 800-886-2972
Web site: http://www.nat-sadd.org

SADD is a school-based organization dedicated to addressing the issues of underage drinking, impaired driving, drug use, and other destructive decisions and killers of young people. SADD’s mission is to provide students with the best prevention and intervention tools possible to deal with the serious issues young adults are facing today. The organization provides students with the best prevention options available to deal with the issues of destructive decisions. Through the promotion of a no-use message of alcohol and other drugs, SADD encourages students not to participate in activities with destructive consequences.

The Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center
Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation
11140 Rockville Pike, 6th Floor
Rockville, MD 20852
Fax: 301-984-6559
Web site: http://www.pire.org/udetc

The goal of the Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center web site is to facilitate the delivery of training and technical assistance for the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention’s (OJJDP) Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws initiative. The site is designed to provide information to help states and communities create effective solutions to the underage drinking problem.

Think First Foundation
5550 Meadowbrook Drive, Suite 110
Rolling Meadow, IL 60008
Fax: 847-290-9005
Web site: http://www.thinkfirst.org

THINK FIRST, the National Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Prevention Program, is a public education effort that targets brain and spinal cord injuries suffered by young people in motor vehicle crashes, falls, sports and recreation, and violence. The program educates young people about personal vulnerability and risk taking. The message of the organization is that you can have a fun-filled, exciting life, without hurting yourself if you “THINK FIRST” and use your mind to protect your body.

“Thomas” at the Library of Congress
101 Independence Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20540
Web site: http://thomas.loc.gov

“Thomas,” which refers to Thomas Jefferson, is the Library of Congress’ legislative information site on the internet. The site has information on the U.S. Congress including U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate directories, a listing of Congressional Committees and their schedule of meetings, a summary and status of all bills in the current Congress, a listing of Public Laws passed by the Congress, and information on major legislation.

Washington Regional Alcohol Program (WRAP)
8027 Leesburg Pike, Suite 314
Vienna, VA 22182
Fax: 703-893-0465
Web site: http://www.wrap.org

The Washington Regional Alcohol Program (WRAP) has been saving lives and preventing injuries caused by impaired driving since 1982. WRAP is a national model for a community coming together to fight impaired driving and underage drinking. WRAP raises public awareness on these issues through media campaigns, outreach programs to parents and businesses, youth training, college presentations and initiatives like WRAP’s SoberRideTM program, the nation’s most successful free cab service to prevent drunk driving.

Youth On Board
P.O. Box 440322
Somerville, MA 02144
E-mail: youthboard@aol.com

Youth On Board is a national program that seeks to place young people on boards of directors.


Law Enforcement/Traffic Safety Division
Department of Economic & Community Affairs
P.O. Box 5690
401 Adams Avenue, Suite 468
Montgomery, AL 36103-5690
Fax: 334-242-0712

Highway Safety Planning Agency
Department of Public Safety
P.O. Box 111200
Juneau, AK 99811-1200
Fax: 907-463-5860

American Samoa
Highway Safety Coordinator
Department of Public Safety
P.O. Box 1086
Pago Pago, AS 96799
Fax: 011-684-633-7296

Governor’s Office of Highway Safety
3030 N. Central, Suite 1550
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Fax: 602-255-1265

Highway Safety Program
Highway & Transportation Department
P.0. Box 2261, 11300 Baseline Road
Little Rock, AR 72203
Fax: 501-569-2651

Office of Traffic Safety
Business, Transportation & Housing Agency
7000 Franklin Boulevard, Suite 440
Sacramento, CA 95823
Fax: 916-262-2960

Office of Transportation Safety
Department of Transportation
Headquarters Complex
4201 East Arkansas Avenue
Denver, CO 80222
Fax: 303-757-9219

Highway Safety Program
Department of Transportation
2800 Berlin Turnpike, P.O. Box 317546
Newington, CT 06131-7546
Fax: 860-594-2374

Office of Highway Safety
P.O. Box 1321
Dover, DE 19903-1321
Fax: 302-739-5995

District of Columbia
Transportation Safety Branch
Department of Public Works
2000 14th Street, NW, 7th Floor
Washington, DC 20009
Fax: 202-939-7185

Department of Transportation
Safety Office
605 Suwannee Street, MS 17
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0450
Fax: 850-922-2935

Governor’s Office of Highway Safety
One Park Tower
34 Peachtree Street, Suite 1600
Atlanta, GA 30303
Fax: 404-651-9107

Governor’s Highway Safety Representative
Department of Public Works
542 N. Marine Drive
Tamuning, GU 96911
Fax: 671-649-6178

Director of Transportation
Governor’s Highway Safety Representative
869 Punchbowl Street #509
Honolulu, HI 96813
Fax: 808-587-2167

Office of Highway Safety
Idaho Transportation Department
P.O. Box 7129, 3311 West State Street
Boise, ID 83707-1129
Fax: 208-334-4430

Division of Traffic Safety
Department of Transportation
P.O. Box 19245, 3215 Executive Park Dr.
Springfield, IL 62794-9245
Fax: 217-782-9159

Bureau of Safety Programs
Department of Transportation
P.O. Box 19245, 3215 Executive Park Dr.
Springfield, IL 62794-9245
Fax: 217-782-9159

Indian Nation
Indian Highway Safety Program
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Department of the Interior
505 Marquette, N.W., Suite 1425
Albuquerque, NM 87102-2181
Fax: 505-248-5064

Governor’s Council on Impaired & Dangerous Driving
150 West Market Street, Suite 330
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Fax: 317-233-5150

Governor’s Traffic Safety Bureau
Department of Public Safety
307 East 7th Street
Des Moines, IA 50319-0248
Fax: 515-281-6190

Bureau of Traffic Safety
Department of Transportation
Thatcher Building, 3rd Floor
217 S.E. 4th Street
Topeka, KS 66603-3504
Fax: 785-291-3010

Highway Safety Branch
Kentucky State Police Headquarters
919 Versailles Road
Frankfort, KY 40601
Fax: 502-564-6779

Highway Safety Commission
Department of Public Safety
P.O. Box 66336
Baton Rouge, LA 70896
Fax: 225-922-0083

Bureau of Highway Safety
Department of Public Safety
164 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0164
Fax: 207-624-8768

Mariana Island
Office of Highway Safety
Department of Public Safety
P.O. Box 791 C.K.
Saipan, CM 96950
Fax: 670-664-9141

Office of Traffic & Safety
State Highway Administration
7491 Connelley Drive
Hanover, MD 21076
Fax: 410-787-5823

Governor’s Highway Safety Bureau
10 Park Plaza, Suite 5220
Boston, MA 02116-3933
Fax: 617-973-8917


Office of Highway Safety Planning
4000 Collins Road, P.O. Box 30633
Lansing, MI 48909-8133
Fax: 517-333-5756

Office of Traffic Safety
Department of Public Safety
Town Square, Suite 150
444 Cedar Street
St. Paul, MN 55101-2150
Fax: 651-297-4844

Division of Public Safety Planning
Department of Public Safety
P.O. Box 23039, 401 North West Street, 8th Floor
Jackson, MS 39225-3039
Fax: 601-359-7832

Division of Highway Safety
1719 Southridge Drive
P.O. Box 104808
Jefferson City, MO 65110-4808
Fax: 573-634-5977

Transportation Safety Bureau
Department of Transportation
2701 Prospect Avenue
Helena, MT 59620-1001
Fax: 406-444-7671

Office of Highway Safety
Department of Motor Vehicles
P.O. Box 94612
301 Centennial Mall South
Lincoln, NE 68509-4789
Fax: 402-471-3865

Highway Safety Coordinator
Office of Traffic Safety
Department of Motor Vehicles & Public Safety
555 Wright Way
Carson City, NV 89711-0999
Fax: 775-687-5328

New Hampshire
Highway Safety Agency
Pine Inn Plaza
117 Manchester Street
Concord, NH 03301
Fax: 603-271-3790

New Jersey
Division of Highway Traffic Safety
Department of Law & Public Safety
P.O. Box 048
Trenton, NJ 08625-0048
Fax: 609-633-9020

New Mexico
Traffic Safety Bureau
State Highway & Transportation Department
P.O. Box 1149
Santa Fe, NM 87504-1149
Fax: 505-827-0431

New York
Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee
New York State Department of Motor Vehicles
6 Empire State Plaza, Room 414
Albany, NY 12228
Fax: 518-473-6946

North Carolina
Governor’s Highway Safety Program
215 East Lane Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
Fax: 919-733-0604

North Dakota
Driver License & Traffic Safety
North Dakota Department of Transportation
608 E. Boulevard Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58505-0700
Fax: 701-328-2435

Office of the Governor’s Highway Safety Rep.
Department of Public Safety
1970 W. Broad Street, P.O. Box 182081
Columbus, OH 43218-2081
Fax: 614-728-8330

Highway Safety Office
3223 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Fax: 405-524-4906

Transportation Safety Division
Department of Transportation
555 13th Street, N.E., Suite 3
Salem, OR 97301
Fax: 503-986-4189

Bureau of Highway Safety & Traffic Engineering
P.O. Box 2047
Harrisburg, PA 17105-2047
Fax: 717-783-8012

Puerto Rico
Acting Executive Director
Traffic Safety Commission
Box 41289, Minillas Station
Santurce, PR 00940
Fax: 787-727-0486

Rhode Island
Governor’s Office on Highway Safety
345 Harris Avenue
Providence, RI 02909
Fax: 401-222-3942

South Carolina
Department of Public Safety
5410 Broad River Road
Columbia, SC 29210
Fax: 803-896-7881

South Dakota
Office of Highway Safety
Department of Commerce & Regulation
118 West Capital
Pierre, SD 57501
Fax: 605-773-6893

Governor’s Highway Safety Office
Department of Transportation
505 Deaderick Street, Suite 600
James K. Polk State Office Bldg.
Nashville, TN 37243-0341
Fax: 615-741-9673

Traffic Operations Division
Department of Transportation
125 East 11th Street
Austin, TX 78701-2483
Fax: 512-416-3349

Office of Highway Safety
Department of Public Safety
5263 South, 300 West, Suite 202
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Fax: 801-293-2498

Governor’s Highway Safety Program
Department of Public Safety
103 South Main Street
Waterbury, VT 05671-2101
Fax: 802-241-5558

Transportation Safety Services
Department of Motor Vehicles
P.O. Box 27412, 2300 West Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23269
Fax: 804-367-6631

Virgin Islands
Governor’s Representative
Office of Highway Safety
Lagoon St. Complex, Fredericksted
St. Croix, VI 00840
Fax: 340-774-9208

Washington Traffic Safety Commission
P.O. Box 40944, 1000 S. Cherry Street
Olympia, WA 98504-0944
Fax: 360-586-6489

West Virginia
Director, Driver Services
1800 Kanawha Boulevard, East
Room 118
Charleston, WV 25317
Fax: 304-558-0037

Bureau of Transportation Safety
Department of Transportation
P.O. Box 7936
4802 Sheboygan Avenue, Room 933
Madison, WI 53707
Fax: 608-267-0441

Highway Safety Program Supervisor
Wyoming Transportation Department
P.O. Box 1708
Cheyenne, WY 82003-1708
Fax: 307-777-4250


Department of Health and Human Services
Division of Juvenile Justice
P.O. Box 110635
Juneau, AK 110635
Fax: 907-465-2333

Arizona’s Governor’s Office of Community and Highway Safety
3030 North Central, #1550
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Fax: 602-255-1265

SADD National Western Regional Office
1212 West Camelback Road, Suite 203
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Fax: 602-242-9335

Native American Connections
850 North 2nd Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Fax: 602-256-7356

Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration
Alcohol Beverage Control Enforcement
1509 West 7th Street
P.O. Box 3278
Little Rock, AR 72203
Fax: 501-682-3874

California Office of Traffic Safety
7000 Franklin Blvd., Suite 440
Sacramento, CA 95823-1820
Fax: 916-262-2960

Colorado Department of Transportation
4201 East Arkansas
Denver, CO 80222
Fax: 303-757-9219

Connecticut Office of Policy and Management
Policy Development and Planning Division
450 Capitol Avenue-MS#52CPD
Hartford, CT 06106-1308
Fax: 860-418-6496

Delaware Office of Highway Safety
Pubic Safety Building
303 Transportation Circle, Suite 201
P.O. Box 1321
Dover, DE 19903
Fax: 302-739-5995

District of Columbia
Program Manager
District of Columbia Office of Grants Management and Development
717 14th Street, NW, Suite 1200
Washington, DC 20005
Fax: 202-727-1617

Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation
Northwood Center
1940 North Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1020
Fax: 904-727-5559

Governor’s Children and Youth Coordinating Council
10 Park Place South, Suite 410
Atlanta, GA 30303
Fax: 404-651-9354

Hawaii Department of Human Services
Office of Youth Services
1481 South King Street, Suite 223
Honolulu, HI 96814
Fax: 808-567-5734

Idaho Juvenile Justice Commission
Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections
400 North 10th, 2nd Floor
P.O. Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0285
208-334-5100 Ext. 111
Fax: 208-334-5120

Illinois Department of Human Resources
180 North LaSalle, 7th Floor
Chicago, IL 60601
Fax: 312-814-3073

Indiana Criminal Justice Institute
302 West Washington Street, E209
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Fax: 317-232-1251

Iowa Department of Human Rights
Division of Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning
Lucas State Office Building
Polk County
Des Moines, IA 50319
Fax: 515-242-6119

Kansas Department of Transportation
Bureau of Traffic Safety
217 South East 4th Street
Topeka, KS 66603-3504
Fax: 765-291-3010

Kentucky State Police
919 Versailles Road
Frankfort, KY 40601
Fax: 502-573-1634

Louisiana Department of Health and Hospital
Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse
P.O. Box 3868
Baton Rouge, LA 70821
Fax: 504-342-3931

Office of Substance Abuse
AMHI Complex
Marquardt Bldg., 3rd Floor
159 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0159
Fax: 207-287-6910

Maryland Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention
300 East Joppa Road, Suite 1105
Towson, MD 21286-3016
Fax: 410-321-3116

Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety
Governor’s Highway Safety Bureau
10 Park Plaza, Suite 5220
Boston, MA 02116-3933
Fax: 617-973-8917

Michigan State Police
Office of Highway Safety Planning
4000 Collins Road
P.O. Box 30633
Lansing, MI 48909-8133
Fax: 517-333-5756

Minnesota Department of Public Safety
Office of Traffic Safety
444 Cedar Street, Suite 150
St. Paul, MN 55101-2150
Fax: 651-297-4844

Mississippi Division of Public Safety Planning
Office of Highway Safety
P.O. Box 23039
Jackson, MS 39225-3039
Fax: 601-359-7832

Missouri Division of Highway Safety
Department of Public Safety
P.O. Box 104808
Jefferson City, MO 65110-4808
Fax: 573-634-5977

Department of Public Health and Human Services
Addictive and Mental Disorders Division
1400 Broadway
Helena, MT 59620-2951
Fax: 406-444-4435

Nebraska Office of Highway Safety
Department of Motor Vehicles
301 Centennial Mall South
P.O. Box 94612
Lincoln, NE 68509
Fax: 402-471-3865

Nevada Department of Human Resources
400 West King Street, Suite 200
Carson City, NV 89701-5092
Fax: 775-684-4457

New Hampshire
The State of New Hampshire Department of Justice
33 Capitol Street
Concord, NH 03301
Fax: 603-271-2110

New Jersey
New Jersey Division of Alcohol Beverage Control
140 East Front Street
P.O. Box 087
Trenton, NJ 08625
Fax: 609-633-6078

New Mexico
New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department
P.O. Drawer 5160
Santa Fe, NM 87502-5160
Fax: 505-827-8408

New York
New York State Office of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services
1450 Western Avenue
Albany, NY 12203-3526
Fax: 518-485-2142

North Carolina
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Substance Abuse Services
325 North Salisbury
Raleigh, NC 27603
Fax: 919-733-9455

North Dakota
North Dakota Department of Human Services
Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse
600 South 2nd Street, Suite #1E
Bismarck, ND 58504-5729
Fax: 701-328-8969

Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services
Two Nationwide Plaza
280 North High Street, 12th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215-2537
Fax: 614-752-8645

Ohio Parents for Drug Free Youth
1875 Morse Road, Suite 301
Columbus, OH 43229
Fax: 614-268-7533

Oklahoma Department of Public Safety
Highway Safety Office
3223 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Fax: 405-524-4906

Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs
500 Summer Street, NE
Salem, OR 97310-1016
Fax: 503-378-8467

Pennsylvania State Police
Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement
3855 Vartan Way
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Fax: 717-540-7453

Pennsylvanians Against Underage Drinking
Northwest Office Building, Room 602
Harrisburg, PA 17124-0001
Fax: 717-783-2612

Puerto Rico
P.O. Box 29132
65 Infantry Station
San Juan, PR 00929-0132
787-768-1985, ext. 301
Fax: 787-257-2724

Rhode Island
Rhode Island Department of Health
Division of Substance Abuse
Dept. of MHRH
14 Harrington Road/Barry Hall, 3rd Floor
Cranston, RI 02920
Fax: 401-462-6078

South Carolina
South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services
Wade Hampton Office Building
3700 Forest Drive, Suite 300
Columbia, SC 29204
Fax: 803-734-9663

South Dakota
Office of Highway Safety
Department of Commerce & Regulation
118 West Capital
Pierre, SD 57501
Fax: 605-773-6893

Tennessee Department of Children’s Services
8th Floor, Cordell Hull Building
436 Sixth Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37248-1290
Fax: 615-532-1130

State Executive Director, MADD
783 Old Hickory Blvd., 111E
Brentwood, TN 37027
615-370-5947 or 800-544-6233
Fax: 615-371-5920

Texas Office of the Governor
Criminal Justice Division
P.O. Box 12428
Austin, TX 78711
Fax: 512-475-2440

Office of Highway Safety
Department of Public Safety
5263 South 300 West, Suite 202
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Fax: 801-293-2498

Vermont Department of Health
Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs
108 Cherry Street
P.O. Box 70
Burlington, VT 05402-0070
Fax: 802-651-1573

Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control
Education and Training
2901 Hermitage Road
Richmond, VA 23220
Fax: 213-4415

Department of Social and Health Services
P.O. Box 45330
Olympia, WA 98504-5330
Fax: 360-438-8057

West Virginia
West Virginia Division of Criminal Justice Services
1204 Kanawha Boulevard East
Charleston, WV 25301
304-558-8814, ext. 220

Bureau of Transportation Safety
Department of Transportation
P.O. Box 7936
4802 Sheboygan Avenue
Madison, WI 53707
Fax: 608-267-0441

Project Director
Wyoming Department of Health
Division of Behavioral Health
2300 Capitol Avenue, Room 157A
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Fax: 307-777-5580

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