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Coping with Career-Changing Injuries
By MADD | July 24, 2014

Every 90 seconds, someone is injured in a drunk driving crash. And as we know, first there’s the crash, then the lifelong impact. No one should try to minimize the challenge of adjusting to a new future or letting go of an old life. The reality is that many injured victims must build new lives, and often that includes a new career.


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On behalf of the Board of Directors and the Staff at MADD-RI, thank you for visiting our website. Rhode Island ranks among the highest states for alcohol related deaths over the past several years and this behavior is not acceptable and should be tolerated by Rhode Islanders. We believe that by working with law enforcement, our political leaders and the community we can change that trend. MADD-RI will continue to provide services and support to all victims of drunk driving and we will work towards the elimination of drunk driving. Drinking and Driving is a choice far too many make in Rhode Island which places everyone on the roadways at risk. MADD-RI continues with the work of educating our young adults, providing victim services and advocating for the best practices that will save lives and reduce injuries. With your support financially and your advocacy, MADD-RI will continue with the mission to eliminate drunk driving.

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Be safe and responsible while driving on our roadways.

Colonel Steven G. O'Donnell
Rhode Island State Police
Board Chair

Bracelets for Sara    (visit Sara's memorial site)

Sara Mary Matulewicz was killed by a drunk driver. Sara was 28 years old. She was simply out for a jog on Monday at 1:00 in the afternoon. This horrible tragedy occurred three weeks before Sara’s wedding day.

We continue to keep Sara’s memory alive. This Alex and Ani silver bracelet is designed especially for this reason.

All profits will be donated to MADD in Sara Mary’s name.

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