Rhode Island Suicide & Crisis Hotlines: http://suicidehotlines.net/rhodeisland.html
Domestic Violence Rhode Island: http://ricadv.org
Sexual Asalult Hot Line: https://www.safehelpline.org
Teen Dating Violance: http://www.womenscenterri.org/teenresources.htm
RIDOT Reminds Motorists: Texting While Driving is Illegal in Rhode Island, Too: http://www.ri.gov/press/view/12300
Rhode Island Texting Laws: http://www.distracteddrivinghelp.com/rhode-island-texting-laws
The national origination for Stop Texts Stop Wrecks http://www.stoptextsstopwrecks.org
National Highway Safety Adminstration http://www.nhtsa.gov
Ad Council http://www.adcouncil.org
Consumers can access digital abuse information, resources and support systems online and on their mobile devices at http://www.athinline.org
One year ago, before current Federal legislative efforts to reduce distracted driving, Drive Safely Corp. began development of a suite of products, entitled “Stay Alert Features (SAFe)”, aimed at reducing motor vehicle accidents related to distracted driving: http://www.drivesafelycorp.com/default.aspx?rd=5028
Being Cyberbullied http://www.cyberbullyhelp.com
Realities of Texting and Driving
One of the most common, tempting, and deadly distractions for teens behind the wheel are cell phones. One in four American teen drivers admits to texting while driving and 40 percent of 12- to 17-year- olds say they have been in a car where a teen driver used a cell phone in a dangerous way.
How to Avoid Texting While Driving
Distracted driving is the number one killer of American teens. Find out how to avoid becoming a statistic.
Ways Parents Can Help
Parents must be proactive with their teens when it comes to driving. It is not enough to simply make them complete Driver’s Ed and then hope for the best.
I pledge to completely stop texting and using my cellphone while I am driving. I understand the dangers...
Ways YOU can Get Involved
Check out the many ways in which you can get involved in the campaign.