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Partners

Find more information by visiting our partner sites.


The Injury Prevention Center at Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock

Child Passenger Safety information for the parent/caregiver/provider. Learn about child passenger safety, becoming a certified Child Passenger Safety Technician or about where to find a fitting station near you by visiting BeSeatSmartNH.org.

If you are interested in bringing a Teen Driver Program to your organization or school visit nhteendrivers.com. This informational site provides an abundance of educational materials for your high school-aged driver. Teen Safety is important - teach kids to make good choices behind the wheel.

Traffic Safety is important. Learn about the great programs concerning distracted driving, seat belt safety, impaired driving and more through the Injury Prevention Center. Visit trafficsafety4nh.org for more information and how you can contact a highway safety specialist to come to your safety event!

Community Alliance for Teen Safety

This grassroots alliance addresses high-risk behaviors amongst young drivers and primarily serves Chester, Derry and Hampstead, NH. To learn more about this group, visit them at catsnh.wordpress.com.

UNH Wildcats

We have a unique relationship with the UNH Wildcats who promote the dangers of impaired driving to students, alumni, staff and their fans during their sporting events. Check out the Wildcats sports schedule at unhwildcats.com and cheer on your favorite athlete. Remember, Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving. Make good choices, call for a ride home.

NH Fisher Cats

During the summer season, our friends at the NH Fisher Cats help spread the message about the dangers of impaired driving AND the importance of wearing your seat belt. Every Trip. Every Time. These messages can be seen during in-game promotions on the field, on their brand new, state-of-art jumbotron, or the signage on the outfield walls.

AAA Northern New England

Through our partnership with AAA Northern New England, we are able to educate the motoring public about the negative impacts of distracted driving and impaired driving through social media and traditional tv ads. For motorist safety materials you can visit AAA Northern New England online.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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