Drunk, Drugged, Driving Prevention Month


Started in 1981, 3D Month runs from Dec. 1-30 each year to deter individuals from driving while impaired.  The ability to operate a vehicle is impaired by effects of illegal drugs, prescription medication, over-the-counter medication, or a blood-alcohol concentration of 0.08 grams per deciliter or higher.  If you’re home or traveling during the holidays, you may be planning to go to a few parties, get-togethers, or even just to have a few drinks with the family. If you have been drinking or are under the influence of drugs, do not operate a vehicle.  If you are taking part in activities like this month, or EVER, do not make the mistake of getting behind the wheel. It could cost you or someone else their life.

The Army Substance Abuse Program is here to assist with Active Duty Service Members, Civilians, Family Members and Retirees who have concerns with alcohol or drugs.  Feel free to contact us at 760-380-4153 or stop by our office in Bldg. 452.