The Drugs and Driving program involves students exploring issues related to drugs and driving and learning about effective ways to reduce impaired driving through a multi-component social marketing approach that seeks to impact the knowledge,attitudes and behaviours of young drivers as well as the social environment within the community.


Community partners can greatly contribute to the effectiveness of the program by participating in a community coalition to support the work of the students and to plan complementary activities in the community.

For more information on implementing the program in your classroom or school, please contact:
Centre for Addictions Research of BC
University of Victoria

Download the Guide for Community Coalitions

Download the Individual worksheets