|Community Trials Intervention To
Reduce High-Risk Drinking (RHRD) is a multicomponent, community-based
program developed to alter alcohol use patterns of people of
all ages and related problems. The program uses a set of environmental
Assists communities in using zoning and municipal regulations
to restrict alcohol access through alcohol outlet (bars, liquor
stores, etc.) density control.
Responsible Beverage Service
Through training and testing, RBS assists alcohol beverage
servers and retailers in the development of policies and procedures
to reduce intoxication and driving after drinking.
Risk of Drinking and Driving
Increases actual and perceived risk of arrest for driving
after drinking through increased law enforcement and sobriety
Underage Alcohol Access
Reduces youth access to alcohol by training alcohol retailers
to avoid selling to minors and those who provide alcohol to
minors, and through increased enforcement of underage alcohol
Provides communities with the tools to form the coalitions
needed to implement and support the interventions that will
address the previous four prevention components.