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Videos & Books for Education

There is nothing more powerful than the spoken word of someone directly affected by a drunk or drugged driver. Personal accounts by victims and offenders evoke a compelling emotional response. The goal is to create awareness, encourage prevention and illustrate the devastating consequences of impaired driving. Our collection of videos and books are used in our presentations and are available to purchase and or donation with shipping and handling.


Drunk Driving...
The Victim/The Offender

Hosted by Alan Krashesky, ABC TV News, Chicago, 'Drunk Driving...The Victim/The Offender' offers a realistic and chilling insight to the suffering that takes place on a daily basis for victims, and even the offenders
58-minute two-part video

Salvando Vidas Spanish VIP

"Salvando Vidas" which translates to "Saving Lives" is intended to speak directly to the Spanish speaking audience with true life stories. This video features 2 victims stories and a compeling story by Mr. Hugo Carrillo, an offender, who has now dedicated his life to dispel the "macho" image of being able to operate normally while being intoxicated. 

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The Story of AAIM

An overview of AAIM's programs in Illinois.
18 minutes

Standing in Traffic Booklet
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Also available in hardcopy for $10, through Order Form link below

Read the Press Release about this new publication!

Faces of Tragedy Book

After years of working with victims of drunk driving, Director of Victim Services Pat            Larson compiled their stories in a book called "Faces of Tragedy." The book lets families and convicted drivers tell how their lives have changed since their crashes. The purpose of the book is to touch people emotionally about how lives can be changed forever because of someone's bad decision. We're hoping that these stories touch the hearts of anyone that reads it and makes them consider the tragic effects that result in these crashes.

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