Safety

Safety Advocate Resources

Do you need resources to educate on the subject of teen driving safety?  Want to take your involvement a step further and start your own coalition? The Teen Driving Alliance has provided the following tools to help:

  • Coalition Assessment Tool
    An assessment tool designed to provide the framework for gathering feedback from members of your coalition.
  • Grant opportunities
  • Grant funding for teen driving safety advocacy is available through CDOT, CDPHE, insurance companies, foundations and other local organizations.
    • The CDOT Office of Transportation Safety (OTS) offers large grants and mini-grants to agencies, organizations, and coalitions in Colorado that provide programs, projects, services, and strategies that are intended to reduce the number of deaths and serious injuries resulting from traffic crashes on Colorado roads.
    • CDPHE provides grant funding through the Emergency Medical and Trauma Service program.
  • MORE RESOURCES COMING SOON!

About the Colorado Teen Driving Alliance

TeenDrivingAlliance.jpgThe Colorado Teen Driving Alliance (CTDA) is a state-level coalition of supporters from public and private agencies across the state that work together to reduce teen motor vehicle crashes and improve teen motor vehicle safety.

  • The CTDA has a number of materials to help local communities educate and advocate about teen driving safety. Contact Lindsey Myers, with the Department of Public Health at , to find out more about this successful coalition.
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Contact Us
  • Sam Cole
    Communications Manager
    303-757-9484
    Email Sam.

  • Lynn Holly
    Occupant Protection/
    Child Passenger Safety
    (Not Click-It or Ticket related)
    303-757-9383
    Email Lynn.

  • Department of Revenue
    Division of Motor Vehicles
    303-205-5646
    DOR/DMV Website

 

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