National Crime Victims’ Rights Week
In connection with National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, MADD is releasing A Voice for Victims:
MADD Victim Services Report. Read more »
MADD Maryland hosted a Town Hall meeting for parents, caregivers and concerned citizens to discuss teen alcohol use.
MADD Southern Arizona and Communities of Concern are hosting an event for PowerTalk 21.
Juneau, AK – Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) has recognized Alaska for its efforts as a leader in the Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving as it is one of 20 states to require convicted drunk drivers to use an ignition interlock device. Since enacting this lifesaving legislation in 2009, Alaska has seen a dramatic reduction in the number of drunk driving deaths.
Columbia, S.C. – Six year old Emma Longstreet’s memory will live on in South Carolina. On Tuesday, April 9, 2014, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) stood with Emma’s family, volunteers, supporters, survivors and staff awaiting the Senate vote after a long fight to move forward this lifesaving drunk driving legislation.