Drive High Get a DUI (VIDEO)

Substance use during childhood or adolescence is linked to long-term health risks?
Not all those Field Sobriety Tests you see online are real?
Washington State has started a “Drive High Get a DUI” campaign?
NEWS LINKS / National Teens Report Higher Use of Performance Enhancing Substances
NEWS LINKS / State Washington Poison Center has seen a spike in children consuming edible marijuana since recreational sales began earlier this month.
NASWI NEWS Welcome aboard to new base XO, CDR Steven Richards. He and IDIPIC director JoAnn Hellmann got a chance to chat a bit at the base Open House July 19th. He was also game enough to try to walk the line with the Fatal Vision goggles. Over 300 folks stopped by our display table that day with many trying the trivia quiz or the goggles. Has your command had an IDIPIC panel more than two years ago… or perhaps coming due this year? Contact JoAnn at to check. These are award-winning DUI prevention panels provided to your command free thanks to community funding. Read all about it in a recent issue of Northwest Navy Life HERE. Additional panel details can be found HERE.
PANELS for August are: 2nd in Freeland and 7th and 9thin Oak Harbor. To check out future panel dates and times, check the schedule HERE. Looking for panels in other counties? Look HERE.
PARTNERS IN PREVENTION Welcome back to Farmers Insurance / Voit Agency as a KISS sponsor and a Gold Partner in Prevention. Also to Martin’s Auto Electric as a KISS sponsor and a Bronze Partner in Prevention. See all our Partners HERE.
SCHOOL REPORT IDIPIC’s Th!nk, Don’t Drink, Drug & Drive class was presented to 27 of Munros’ Driving Instruction students July 28th.
THANK YOU to our July speakers Jean Gervais, Shellie Johnson, Ernie Branigh and Erika Carnahan and our helpers Phyllis Rainey, Debb Leach and Eph Robbins. We couldn’t do these panels without dedicated folks like you!
THANK YOU 2 to Camille Brighten who helped man our table with JoAnn during the base Open House.

Photo: Camille Brighten manning the IDIPIC display table at Saturday's Open House at NAS Whidbey. This visitor was one of many who picked up a Designated Driver glow-in-the-dark key fob.

UPCOMING EVENTS Come visit IDIPIC’s table and play our trivia game as National Night Out returns Tuesday August 5 to Windjammer Park. “America’s Night Out Against Crime” began in 1984 as an effort to promote involvement in crime prevention activities, police-community partnerships, neighborhood camaraderie and send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.