PLAN A Good Time
In an effort to reduce DUI/DWI fatalities in Harris County, Houston Recovery Center and Sober Eve partners are encouraging you to MAKE A PLAN!
“PLAN A Good Time” is a county-wide grassroots social media campaign initiative that will communicate the importance of responsible planning for holiday alcohol consumption or
alternatives for celebrating sober. Educate the community about responsible drinking and sobriety options and encourage personal and social responsibility to keep everyone safe this holiday season.
PLAN A GOOD TIME
Ways To PLAN
Prepare a Designated Driver
If you plan to drink, prepare not to drive. Schedule a ride in advance. Rideshare services like Uber and Lyft are always available. Houston's Metro Bus and Rail are affordable and available during the holidays if you are unable to find a designated driver, which is always the best option. Check the Metro Schedule Here.
Look For Bars That Offer Alcohol-Free Options
Search for bars in your area that offer alcohol-free options or have a list of alternative drink choices that you should be able to order at any bar.
Allow Yourself to Take it Slow
The pressure to drink increases during the holidays. So does the number of events and gatherings. There's no need to rush to throw back every shot. Take your time and stay hydrated.
Note How Much You Drink
Keep track of how much you drink during the night or day. Writing it all down helps us see how much we intake and it could raise personal awareness as the party progresses. Again, remember to hydrate!
Join The Challenge!
RED CUP Challenge.
This holiday season we want to see you fill your cup in a fun and challenging way! Join us across social media platforms to see the different ways we fill and spill!
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