Celebrate responsibly – Make safe choices this St. Patrick’s Day

    As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, Fremont County Prevention stands firm in its commitment to promoting responsible alcohol consumption. In a world where celebrations often revolve around libations, it’s crucial to remember that pour decisions can lead to poor outcomes. That’s why we advocate for a simple mantra: Drink responsibly.

    Research indicates that binge drinking remains the most prevalent, costly, and lethal pattern of excessive alcohol use in the United States. However, armed with awareness and the support of programs like Sources of Strength, we can empower our community to make smarter choices this holiday and beyond.

    When it comes to enjoying alcoholic beverages, moderation is key. Fremont County Prevention encourages individuals to limit their intake, with a guideline of no more than two drinks for guys and one drink for gals. By adhering to these guidelines, we can mitigate the risks associated with excessive drinking and foster a safer environment for all.

    Our tagline, “Fremont’s Journey – Where Every Choice Counts,” encapsulates our belief that each decision we make contributes to the collective well-being of our community. By choosing to drink responsibly, we not only safeguard our own health but also demonstrate care and consideration for those around us.

    For those seeking additional information and resources on responsible drinking and substance misuse prevention, we invite you to visit There, you’ll find valuable insights, support networks, and tools to empower you on your journey towards a healthier, happier lifestyle.

    This St. Patrick’s Day, let’s raise our glasses in celebration while also raising awareness about the importance of responsible drinking. Together, we can ensure that every choice counts towards building a safer and stronger Fremont County.

    Remember, pour decisions lead to poor outcomes. Drink responsibly, Fremont County. And remember, if you’re drinking don’t drive. Have a designated driver or call SafeRide at 307-856-WRTA. The DUI Taskforce will be helping keep our community safe and on the lookout for impaired drivers this weekend.

    Celebrate safely this St. Patrick’s Day!

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