During December many people look forward to getting together with friends and family to celebrate the holidays. It’s also a time when prevention can play an especially important role. December is unfortunately a deadly month due to impaired driving.
Impaired driving deaths are completely preventable. That’s why for more than 40 years, behavioral healthcare agencies like Sinnissippi Centers and others across the country have observed National Impaired Driving Prevention Month in December to raise awareness of the dangers of impaired driving and to promote strategies for all of us to make it home safely: The best gift of the holiday season after all. Read the full article