Our mission is to provide, through our educational
programs, a defining moment that inspires adults and
young people alike, to make a difference in their
community, by saying "KNOW" to alcohol, additional
drugs, and Safe Driving Habits.











Health - Safety - Prevention

Dreams are shattered every 30 minutes across Texas as
someone dies needlessly in  a distracted driving crash.

Stop DWI, Inc., coordinates with business/industry, communities, schools and other
advocacy groups in the Permian Basin and West Texas, to present the serious
consequences and reality of DISTRACTED DRIVING resulting from the use of
alcohol, additional drugs, cell-phone use - 'TEXTING' and excessive speed.  Our
programs vividly demonstrate the dangers and serious consequences of impairment
due to alcohol, other drugs, and from other distractions while operating a motor
vehicle.

"Know Your Limit"
Our message for the legal age drinker is, "Know Your Limit", and "Stick With It". We
visit business and industry safety programs and college/university campuses to
provide a variety of safety programs. Our "Intoxi-Clock" is a popular program with
these groups. The legal drinker is made aware of "High Risk" alcohol ingestion. Other
components of this program include "Fatal Reflection, Fatal Distraction, S.I.D.N.E.,
and SUM-IT-CUP".












Intoxi-Clock-Know Your Limit
"You Call The Shots"

This program vividly demonstrates how levels of intoxication impair an individual's ability to
safely perform motor skills. Drinkers often underestimate the amount of alcohol it takes to
lose mental/physical performance, and the time it takes to be sober.













SUM-IT-CUP "Standard Unit of Measure"




















This educational tool shows the qualified drinker the true measure of a drink. Many people
over-estimate the amount of alcohol they pour into a beverage. Knowing what constitutes a
standard unit of alcohol in a drink size is critical.














Distraction While Driving "Fatal Reaction-Distract-a-match"

This program is a 'hands-on' engaging activity that dramatically demonstrates how being
distracted while driving can be fatal. Texting, reading, GPS operation, eating and talking to
friends are all distractions.
Outreach That Saves Lives
Through Programs for Schools,
Churches, University/College &
Business/Industry, Communities
and Churches
Motivating
Inspiring
Captivating
and Life
Changing
Kayla Grissom died in
this vehicle when a
drunk driver hit her -
June 30, 2006
Joseph Higgins was
struck down by a
drunk driver August
18, 1984

His mother, Faye, is
responsible for the
beginnings of MADD in
Midland in 1984, which
became Stop DWI, Inc.
in 1995.
Angela Dawn Lester, killed
by a 19 year old drunk
driver-January 30, 2004
Patsy Hochman Memorial
Patsy died needlessly because of a reckless driver
who was smoking marijuana all day.
Odessa High Students
View "Kayla's Voice", the
Stop DWI, Inc. Memorial
Trailer.
Patsy Hochman died
needlessly because of
reckless driving. The young
woman responsible for her
death had been smoking
'pot' during the day with
friends.
Amanda Rose - died
with her father Chon,
her sister, niece and
nephew, when a drunk
driver struck their
stalled vehicle.
father Chon, sister
Amanda Rose, niece
and nephew.
Amanda died with her
uncle Chon, two nieces
and nephew.
Derrick died with his
three nieces and uncle.
Tommy died while riding
with an impaired driver.
Buddy died with his son
Zack - dreams shattered
by a drunk driver.
Zach's brother lived, but
will never be the same,
physically or
emotionally.
that crashes due to alcohol
or other impairment, always
happens to other people.
Our hands on programs
creates a past-pace
experience of incidents
involving impairment and
distractions of various kinds
while operating a motor  
vehicle, and the resulting
consequences. We encourage
participants to make
alternative choices to misuse
of alcohol, additional drugs
or other distractions while
driving. think too often, that
crashes due to alcohol or
other impairment, always
happens to other people.
Our hands on programs
creates a past-pace
experience of incidents
involving impairment and
distractions of various kinds
while operating a motor  
vehicle, and the resulting
consequences. We encourage
participants to make
alternative choices to misuse
of alcohol, additional drugs
or other distractions while
driving.S.I.D.N.E.
Simulated Impaired
Driving Experience...We
think too often, that
crashes due to alcohol or
other impairment,
always happens to other
people. Our hands on
programs creates a
past-pace experience of
incidents involving
impairment and
distractions of various
kinds while operating a
motor  vehicle, and the
resulting consequences.
We encourage
participants to make
alternative choices to
misuse of alcohol,
additional drugs or other
distractions while
driving.We think too
often, that crashes due
to alcohol or other
impairment, always
happens to other people.
Our hands on programs
creates a past-pace
experience of incidents
involving impairment
and distractions of
various kinds while
operating a motor  
vehicle, and the
resulting consequences.
We encourage
participants to make
alternative choices to
misuse of alcohol,
additional drugs or other
distractions while
driving.We think too
often, that crashes due
to alcohol or other
impairment, always
happens to other people.
Our hands on programs
creates a past-pace
experience of incidents
involving impairment
and distractions of
various kinds while
operating a motor  
vehicle, and the
resulting consequences.
We encourage
participants to make
alternative choices to
misuse of alcohol,
additional drugs or other
distractions while
driving.We think too
often, that crashes due
to alcohol or other
impairment, always
happens to other people.
Our hands on programs
creates a past-pace
experience of incidents
involving impairment
and distractions of
various kinds while
operating a motor  
vehicle, and the
resulting consequences.
We encourage
participants to make
alternative choices to
misuse of alcohol,
additional drugs or other
distractions while
driving.

Trooper John Barton (Retired), Education
Program Director of the Texas Highway Patrol
(DPS), and Debra Linton, Program Director-Stop
DWI, Inc. SIDNE, operate the program at Bethany
Christian Church in Odessa "Community Night
Out" Program.

SIDNE is a great educational tool for young people
and adults alike, to demonstrate the dangers of
impairment, either from alcohol/drugs or
'texting',
or many other distractions while operating a
motor vehicle.

The program must have at least a 100' x 100'
driving area, and is operated by remote operator
control. The operator can put the vehicle into an
impaired mode at any time. Sometimes, the
driver receives a call on our cell phone while
attempting to drive the course.

SIDNE also works best inside a gym.
S.I.D.N.E
at St. Stephen's Catholic Church
S.I.D.N.E.

Bethany Christian Church - Odessa
Don't Drink and Drive!
GOING OUT TONIGHT?

DO YOU PLAN TO DRINK?

WHO IS YOUR DESIGNATED DRIVER?

MAKE PLANS FOR THIS BEFORE YOU LEAVE THE OFFICE
OR HOME!

THE LIFE YOU SAVE COULD BE YOUR OWN.

DRIVE SOBER!