First there’s the crash, then the lifelong impact.
Last year, MADD provided more than 160,000 supportive services to drunk and drugged driving victims to help them cope with the devastating impact of substance-impaired driving crashes.
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VICTIM SERVICES NEWS
When someone loses a loved one to drunk or drugged driving, or is injured in a crash, many people feel a common urge to offer comfort, but some words hurt more than others
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.