Victim Support


MADD Washington is here to support victims/survivors dealing with the tragedy of DUI crashes. We service all counties in Washington State.

MADD offers free direct victim services to victims/survivors of impaired driving crashes.  MADD's Victim Advocates provide emotional support, guidance through the justice systems, and information and referrals.  Many victims/survivors of impaired driving crashes have had their lives turned upside down and they often need support. 

MADD services are for all of those victimized by the crime of drunk driving, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, or relationship to the victim.  All of our victim services are free.

Free Victim Services for Washington State Drunk Driving Collision Victims:

  • Offering emotional support and provide information by phone or in person
  • Provides a wide selection of free literature, available in English and Spanish for victims/survivors
  • Assist victims in obtaining and completing an application for Crime Victims Compensation
  • Assistance in obtaining crash reports and/or the offenders driving record
  • Assist in understanding the various laws related to drunk driving laws and victim rights in Washington
  • Assistance with preparation of a Victim Impact Statement to present at the sentencing of the offender
  • Accompany you to court or if you are unable to attend, keep you informed of the legal proceedings
  • Assist in preparing statements for parole hearings
  • Assist in understanding the various laws related to drunk driving laws and victim rights in Washington

If someone you know has been injured or killed in a drunk driving crash, they don’t have to cope alone.  Call 206.734.3205 for a MADD Victim Advocate who will be by their side.  You can also send and email to wa.state@madd.com.  Please see our home page for our mailing address.