Sudden Impact Program

Sudden Impact ProgramThe first Sudden Impact program in Acadiana is now offered by the Regional Health System of Acadiana, which includes the Regional Medical Center of Acadiana and Women's & Children's Hospital.  

In conjunction with the Louisiana State Police, this seven-hour program is designed to teach high school students the consequences of driving while impaired. Participants receive information on laws, decision making, communication and impairment.

According to Louisiana State Police, motor vehicle crashes are the number one killer of teens, and more than 700 young adults in the past four years have lost their lives in crashes involving alcohol. Approximately 59,000 young adults have been injured in motor vehicle crashes.

Contact Katie Broussard today at 337-521-9312 or Katie.Broussard@hcahealthcare.com to find out more or to learn how you can start a Sudden Impact program at your school.

 

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