MADD and Uber are celebrating our one-year anniversary of working together to keep families and the roads safe. This July 4th, MADD wants to thank all of the Uber driver-partners for being a go-to option when someone needs a non-drinking designated driver.
Today, MADD National President Colleen Sheehey-Church and MADD North Carolina Executive Director LaRonda Scott were joined by two dozen volunteers for a Lobby Day and Press Conference in Raleigh to urge the North Carolina General Assembly to pass a tougher drunk driving law.
The most generous gift you can give—on this holiday weekend or any day of the year—is the gift of safety. So as you prepare for your celebrations in the upcoming days, please download a Non-Drinking Designated Driver Coupon and present it to someone you love.
Last week, Governor Greg Abbott signed HB 2246 into law, requiring drunk drivers to install an ignition interlock if they choose to drive during their license suspension period following an arrest. The governor’s action makes Texas the 25th state in the nation to enact an all-offender ignition interlock law.
Earlier this month as part of our National Conference, we joined the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for the global unveiling of the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS) test vehicle. This Father’s Day, join us in celebrating both Dads and DADSS.
A new report by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) shows a significant decline in the level of underage alcohol consumption, as well as a drop in underage binge drinking.
The 2015 MADD Media Recognition Award winners are as follows...
Tonight at our National Conference, we gathered together to remember and celebrate the lives of those who have been impacted by drunk and drugged driving and underage drinking. Seven of MADD’s Presidents spoke and shared inspirational poems, while the Arlington Children’s Chorus provided the music.
On April 26, 2010, Michele Taylor encountered the unthinkable, unimaginable, every parent’s worst nightmare—her daughter Jenna was killed in a drunk driving crash. Three years later, Michele started her first team for the Hartford Walk Like MADD, “Team Jenna.”