Georgia Department of Revenue: Alcohol and Tobacco Division
The Alcohol and Tobacco Division of the Georgia Department of Revenue, enforces all laws and regulations pertaining to the manufacture, possession, transportation, and sale of legal and illegal alcoholic beverages within the State; the possession, sale and transportation of legal and illegal tobacco products; and the possession and operation of amusement machines.
Governor's Office of Highway Safety
The goal of the Governor's Office of Highway Safety is to provide highway safety data and fact-based analyses that will assist communities and safety advocates in implementing effective programs that will change high-risk driving behavior and increase safety on Georgia's streets and highways. GOHS holds the distinction of organizing nationally recognized programs such as Operation Zero Tolerance and Click It or Ticket!
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Mothers Against Drunk Driving is committed to activism, victim services, and education. Their Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving is based on four strategies: high visibility law enforcement, ignition interlock, advanced vehicle technologies, and grassroots support.
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information
This is the website for the United States Department of Health and Human Services and SAMHSAs National Clearinghouse for drug and alcohol information. It provides information and resources to families, communities, youth, workplaces, and schools on how to prevent drug and alcohol related problems. The website addresses many issues such as treatment, addiction, disorders, high-risk youth, and recovery.
National Liquor Law Enforcement Association (NLLEA)
The NLLEA collaborates with state and local law enforcement to enforce liquor laws that prevent crime and community problems. The NLLEA actively seeks public recognition of the role and achievements of liquor law enforcement in protecting and promoting public safety.
Stop Alcohol Under 21
The Stop Alcohol Under 21 website responds to 4 major needs related to underage drinking: A. To stop alcohol use among underage youth; B. To increase youth and adults' perception about just how much harm alcohol can do and just how risky drinking alcohol is for underage youth; C. To reduce how much alcohol adults (possibly including some parents of one's own children's friends) provide to underage youth; and D. To prevent retailers (such as convenience stores, supermarkets, restaurants) from selling alcohol to underage youth.
The Worst Drug of All
The Worst Drug of All is a media campaign undertaken by Connect with Kids, with support from the Council on Alcohol and Drugs under a grant from the Governor's Office for Children and Families, to provide information regarding the consequences of underage drinking. This site contains videos and a supporting resource guide to help you talk to children about the consequences of drinking.
Underage Drinking Enforcement Center
The Underage Drinking Enforcement Center was created by the Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention in order to support its Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws Program. UDETC's purpose is to create healthier and safer environments in which States, local communities, and Federal entities engage in environmental prevention and enforcement practices that proactively and effectively limit youth access to alcohol and significantly reduce harmful consequences associated with alcohol use by underage youth.
The sites listed on this page are not under the direction of GOCF; we have no control over their content. This listing does not serve as an endorsement by GOCF of the views expressed in any of these sites.