First there’s the crash, then the lifelong impact.
Last year, MADD provided more than 119,280 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
If you’re a victim of drunk or drugged driving or underage drinking consequences, you don’t need a reminder to remember the loved one you lost. The National Day of Remembrance, for victims, is not only about gathering to share our sense of loss and sadness; it’s also about telling stories from before the crash that make us smile, even laugh.
2015 was a good year for Walk Like MADD. We raised to date over $3.16 million dollars and welcomed more than 21,500 participants and 2000 teams to participate in events in 82 cities across the country.