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Community Engagement

Learn about our involvement in community impact projects

Community Engagement Programs

At DriveSafe, we believe driving is a crucial step towards independence and economic upward mobility. We work with various partners and populations to leverage our expertise and driving services to accommodate unique sets of needs.


To maintain high-quality, state-certified driver’s education, our school acknowledges the associated costs.  However, as educators, we strive to make our programs accessible to everyone.  To better support low-income families, we collaborate with Colorado Department of Human Services’ Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to offer our 30-hour course free of charge to SNAP recipients.For further information about SNAP to become eligible for free driver’s education visit:

Working with teens and young adults in foster care, we offer the Online Plus Package and Behind-The-Wheel 6 at discounted prices. All services are available to DHS. To learn more about Denver Chafee visit:

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Our partnership with Adams12 involves working with in-district students that fall under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Act. The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act authorizes the federal Education for Homeless Children and Youth (EHCY) Program and is the primary piece of federal legislation related to the education of children and youth experiencing homelessness. Our staff members in the North and Denver market attend trauma-informed training to better connect and work with these students. The McKinney-Vento Homeless Liaison collaborates with DriveSafe to determine which driving program will best meet students’ needs for success.

Trauma centers within the North Denver-Metro area are dedicated to ensuring the safety of young drivers. In line with this commitment, the Good Samaritan Medical Center Foundation has been awarded a grant from Farmers Insurance. This grant enables DriveSafe to provide scholarships to teenagers in the community who seek driver’s education training. These scholarships, valued up to $450 each, are allocated toward comprehensive driver education programs encompassing 30 hours of in-person instruction and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training with a certified instructor. Please note that this is a competitive scholarship opportunity. To learn more click here

BreakThrough, is a successful reentry program that takes a holistic approach to community and individuals. The in-facility program focuses on character development, job readiness, reentry planning, and the entrepreneurial mindset, providing opportunities for holistic growth. DriveSafe provides their previously incarcerated clients with a written permit and driver’s test to assist their transition and reintegration into the community.

As an education company committed to preparing students for their future, DriveSafe Driving Schools celebrates educational opportunities and recognizes the importance of education in helping individuals reach their greatest potential. To demonstrate our commitment, we provide an annual Scholarship Competition, the winner of which will receive a $1,500 scholarship that can be used in any way to enhance their education. To learn about upcoming opportunities click here.

The Colorado Department of Transportation, DriveSafe, and AAA Colorado have teamed up on various driver safety campaigns. As key stakeholders in roadway safety, each organization brings their expertise to contribute resources and education to new and seasoned drivers alike, to empower safe choices among the community and make Colorado roadways safer for everyone.

Recent Campaigns Include:

  • Winter Wise – Colorado Winter Driving Safety, seasonal traffic laws, managing emergencies, key driving skills
  • Get High, Get a DUI – Awareness on dangers and consequences of driving high
  • Get Home Safe Pledge – Understanding new driver restrictions and safety concerns
  • Click It or Ticket – Seat belt awareness, understanding driving physics and enforcement periods

As a proud partner of AAA Colorado Roadside Assistance, and the only AAA approved driving school in Colorado, DriveSafe and AAA collaborate on various topics to empower drivers in proactive skills and mindsets for ongoing roadway safety.  Some of the projects we’ve worked on: 

  • Driver Street Smarts: campaign on various topics; how to manage car collisions, law enforcement interaction and, managing road rage, and parking lot safety 
  • Emergency Safety Kits: Donations for demonstrations and giveaways for DriveSafe’s free car care and safety clinics 
  • Slow Down, Move Over: Promotion and awareness campaigns for the updated move over law aimed at safeguarding roadside workers, first responders, and civilians present on the roadside, with the goal of enhancing Colorado roadway safety
  • Winter Wise –  Winter Driving Safety in collaboration with CDOT
  • Distracted Driving Awareness: April, DriveSafe launched a pledge “to never drive distracted” and incentivized commitment with free AAA Memberships for signees and discounted DriveSafe courses
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If you’re seeking financial support to meet driver’s education requirements and obtain your license but don’t meet the criteria of our previously mentioned programs, don’t worry because there are many resources out there. Check out the “License to Future” grant, which helps teens access formal training through accredited driver’s training programs like ours. Students can apply here 


Stanford University is conducting a study on whether an online-based platform called WebChat could help reduce risky driving behaviors among teens learning to drive. Given DriveSafe’s alignment and commitment to coaching teens in becoming safe drivers and safe decision makers for life, DriveSafe aided Stanford in recruiting volunteers for this study. DriveSafe thanks all our students who signed up to participate, as these efforts align with our values of educating new drivers to prioritize safety. We are excited to share findings in 2025!

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