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MADD Hosts First National Day of Remembrance

on 11/03/15

On December 3rd, MADD locations across the country will honor those killed, injured or emotionally devastated by drunk and drugged driving and underage drinking consequences with a National Day of Remembrance. This is a chance for the public to come together in communities nationwide and online, and show that victims and survivors of these senseless tragedies are not alone – that they will always have a place at MADD.

Guest Blog: I’m Grieving: Things I Do and Do Not Want To Hear

on 10/08/15

Having a loved one killed by a careless or drunk driver brings acres of sadness and anger, often unrecognized especially by those who have yet to experience a personal loss.