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The holidays are a season of traditions, many of which include family and friends, large meals, and fun parties. But there are some unwelcomed traditions that accompany this season as well—mainly binge drinking, drunk driving, and alcohol-related traffic deaths. It’s a sad fact that the holidays—Blackout Wednesday (Thanksgiving Eve) to New Year’s Day—are the most dangerous time of year for alcohol-related problems.

But it doesn’t have to be this way. Updated for 2017, the Holiday Drinking & DUI infographic is designed to raise awareness and help change these tragic holiday trends. And by visiting our Sober Days for the Holidays Resource Center, you’ll find resources and tips to support alcohol programs throughout this dangerous drinking season.

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