SAY “NO MORE” TO ONE MORE: Having just one more drink or joint leads to more than you think. More driving under the influence. More accidents. More injuries. More deaths. And more lives changed forever. Please…support Connecticut’s trauma workers and take the pledge to say “no more” to one more.

PLEDGES TO DATE: 000,916🙋🏽
Click to watch this NOT ONE MORE video.

The legal BAC (blood alcohol content) in Connecticut is .08 — or .02 if you’re under age 21. Anything over this is considered driving under the influence and a criminal offense. You can learn lots more about impaired driving here.

Don’t guess what your “one more” limit might be. Get an estimate with this BAC calculator to better understand when you should say “no more.”

Learn more from a trauma expert.

Hear from Dr. Jonathan Gates, a trauma surgeon at Hartford Hospital, about the importance of saying “no more” to one more.

  • Motorcycles are involved in more alcohol-related fatal crashes than other vehicles.
  • 15–20 year-olds are at the greatest risk of driving under the influence.
  • 13% of weekend and nighttime drivers have marijuana in their system.
  • On average, a drunk driver will drive 80 times under the influence before their first arrest.
  • Someone is injured in a drunk driving incident every two minutes.
  • Female impaired driving has more than doubled in the last three decades.

If you are looking for More Support to manage your drug and/or alcohol behaviors, please find the below resources:

Ride options to arrive home safely:

Help Quitting — Resources for substance abuse:

Hartford HealthCare Behavioral Health Networks: