If someone offers to buy you a drink, stay and keep your eyes on the bartender while it's being made.
By covering the cup with your palm, it makes it extremely difficult to access your drink without you knowing.
Opt for your own can or bottle and avoid the punch bowl or pitcher.
If it seems as though your drink has been moved, looks different, appears more full than it was, or tastes strange, do not take the chance.
If you experience loss of balance, decreased visual performance, confusion, nausea, vomiting or unconsciousness after only one or two drinks, please seek help from a trusted friend or staff member.
Save some battery for your ride home so you can let your friends know you've arrived safely.
Plan when and how to check in with your friends.
If you look like you're on a mission and aware of your surroundings, you're less likely to be a target than someone who seems distracted or uncertain.
If you ever feel uncomfortable, get away. Ask for help and get home safely.
Going out? Get home safely. Do the NO DRIVE 5.
$5 each towards a ride = no worries & no DUI.
Young adult females in Ventura County’s DUI program are over-represented. They drink 6 or more drinks on the day of their arrest and drive farther.