The Maryland all-offender ignition interlock bill, dubbed Noah’s Law after Officer Noah Leotta who was killed in December of last year by an alleged drunk driver with prior offenses, unanimously passed both Houses late Monday night, mere moments before the session ended for the year.
Today, MADD attended Ethan Couch's court hearing to support the victims and push for justice in this case. Watch our LIVE video recaps immediately following the hearing.
When a loved one dies, or someone is injured in a crash, victims and survivors often find themselves in a complex web of emotions and reactions as they learn to live with their loss. Over time though, people can learn to live with their grief and sometimes grow in ways they never expected or wanted.
Join us as we take a PowerTalk 21® interactive quiz to learn more about parenting styles - and how they impact your child's decision to drink underage or not!
National MADD President Colleen Sheehey-Church served as a keynote speaker at the Lifesavers Conference, dedicated to highway safety and the people working to make it safer.
We’ve made passing ignition interlocks for all offenders in all 50 states a centerpiece of our legislative push this session. Here’s a quick update on what we’ve accomplished together – and how much further we have to go to prevent the loss of another innocent life to this 100% preventable crime.
Carl McDonald reflects on his time at MADD and shares his story. Thank you for all you accomplished, Carl. You will be missed.
Do you feel uncertain about the upcoming Easter holiday? If so, you are not alone.Early in the grief journey, anniversary reactions can be strong. We talk a lot about the need for self-care during major holidays such as Christmas and Thanksgiving, but not much about Easter.
National MADD President attended the release of its first-ever 2016 Ignition Interlock report, released at the state capitol in Maryland.
At the heart of MADD’s mission is a desire to support and assist the thousands of people who lives are needlessly impacted by the senseless crime of drunk driving. But, as a Walk Like MADD Manager, it is not a part of the mission I frequently come into contact with.
New Madd National Board Member Heather Geronemus chatted with us about her MADD connection and first board meeting.
Hear from a MADD National Teen Influencer, Eliza Elliot of Connecticut, who rebukes the idea that all teens drink and calls for more cultural awareness and depictions of the very real dangers of drinking at an early age. She calls out the teens who appear to be inundated with glamorized views of underage drinking, yet blind to the often-deadly consequences.