Texas Training Programs for Law Enforcement, Educational Personnel and Community Coalitions

DITEP

Drug Impairment Training for Educational Professionals

FRIDAY

Focus on Reducing Impaired Driving Among Youth

ADAPT

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Training

Welcome to the DITEP, FRIDAY and ADAPT Programs

Free Texas Statewide Training Programs

The DITEP, FRIDAY and ADAPT programs are funded through a grant received from the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT). 

DITEP PROGRAM

Drug Impairment Training for Educational Professionals

The purpose of DITEP (Drug Impairment Training for Educational Professionals) Program is to provide school administrators, teachers, and nurses with a systematic approach to recognizing and evaluating individuals in the academic environment who are using or are impaired by drugs, in order to provide early intervention. 

FRIDAY PROGRAM

Focus on Reducing Impaired Driving Among Youth

The purpose of the FRIDAY (Focus on Reducing Impaired Driving Among Youth) program is to provide law enforcement officers with all of the tools necessary to reduce underage drinking in Texas.  The FRIDAY program has been developed under the guidance of law enforcement officers, the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, school district officers, the Texas Department of Transportation and staff from the Texas Municipal Police Association.

ADAPT PROGRAM

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Training

The purpose of the ADAPT (Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Training) program is to provide law enforcement officers that work on or near school campuses (College, High School, or Middle School) with all of the tools and information necessary to help with the prevention of alcohol and drug abuse among Texas students.



Help End The Streak of Daily Deaths on Texas Roadways

This November 7th, Texas marks 21 years of daily deaths on our roadways with more than 70,000 innocent lives lost to preventable fatal crashes. TxDOT’s #EndTheStreakTX campaign, believes ending this streak is attainable, but will require every Texan’s commitment. An average of 10 people die every day in crashes in the state. Tips to #EndTheStreakTX:

21 Years Since Texas' Last DEATHLESS Day

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Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission TRACE Program

Families impacted by tragic death of loved ones on Texas roadways.