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Welcome to Impact DWI

Impact DWI, Inc. is a community action and advocacy organization, which puts an emphasis on ending alcohol abuse in New Mexico, and is run strictly by volunteers.
We are based in Santa Fe, and have been in operation since 1999. We are a tax-exempt corporation operating under section 501 c (3) of the internal revenue code.

Since our first panel on august 16, 2000, we have served 8221 offenders in 138 Victim Impact Panels and collected $200,158 in fees. Most of that income went to support anti-DWI programs and activities over the years. In 2013, 472 offenders attended our ten Victim Impact Panels. There were 269 from Magistrate Court, 151 from Municipal Court, and 52 from other courts.
For more detailed information on our 2013 accomplishments, please click on the link below.
Impact DWI 2014 Annual Meeting - January 4, 2014

Impact Dwi Officers
• President - Tom Starke
• Vice President - Patty Owens
• Secretary - Mary Stramel
• Treasurer - Karin Roth
• Executive Director - Richard Roth
• Legal Council - Will Waggoner

Youth Program Coordinators
Margaret Oster and Richard DeMella

Board Members
Allan Wheeler • Gail Terzuola • Elliot Kohen • Theresa Clemmer • Kenny Martinez • Juan Valdez • Mike Martinez • Margaret Oster • Richard DeMella

Website Design and Administration / Youth Program Development - Margaret Oster






Our Victim Impact Panels are held at:



Santa Fe Community College
The Jemez Room

6401 Richards Ave - Santa Fe, NM 87505
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2015 Victim Impact Panel Dates:
January 7, 2015 - February 11, 2015
March 18, 2015 - April 22, 2015
May 27, 2015 - July 1, 2015
August 5, 2015 - September 9, 2015
October 14, 2015 - December 16, 2015

For additional information, do not hesitate to call Dr. Roth at: 505.471.4764
richardroth2300@msn.com


CLICK HERE to download registration form for persons not sentenced in Santa Fe.

What to expect at a Victim Impact Panel:
• DWI survivors tell of the grief and life altering changes they endure as the result of losing a loved one in a DWI crash.
• DWI survivors describe the injuries they suffered, and continue to endure, from a DWI Crash.
• Offenders tell of the life they lost and the shame at having caused pain and suffering to their victims or themselves. Watch Videos and Learn More


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Be part of the solution!
Stay informed, volunteer, reach out!

Did you know that it is not how many drinks you have, but how much alcohol that you consume?
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Did you know that DWI does not only apply to driving under the influence of alcohol?
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Did you know that those who text while driving are 23 times more likely to be involved in a crash?
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You can make a difference! Volunteer for our Sober Driving Pledge Campaign.
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