Victim Services

Blue Norush

Victim Services Specialist

Blue Norush

Blue is a born-and-raised Tucsonan and a graduate from the University of Arizona with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. As an undergrad, she began volunteering for the Victim Services Division of the Pima County Attorney’s Office, assisting victims of crisis after a trauma has occurred and assisting them throughout the criminal justice process. This program ignited the spark for victim advocacy that she had carried around with her for her entire life. After 3 years of volunteering, she became a staff member with Pima County Attorney’s Office Victim Services and began taking a case load that had an emphasis in domestic violence, but was a wide variety of case types, including impaired driving and vehicular homicides. In 2018, she was nominated for an award for her extensive work in the community on domestic violence cases. In her free time, she is a teacher at kung fu dojo that focuses on teaching girls and women self-defense and building their self-esteem; she also loves hanging out with her fur children, two cats named Nico and Clair and a dog named Benny.

Email:Blue.Norush@madd.org

Phone:520-322-5253 ext. 6464

Joe Sullivan

Victim Services Specialist

Joe Sullivan

Joe Sullivan is a native from Tucson, Arizona and attended the University of Arizona. He graduated in December of 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a minor degree in Sociology. After college, Joe spent some time working at the Pima County Justice Courts within their security department. While at the Justice Courts, he became aware of the services offered by the Victim Services Division in the Pima County Attorney‘s Office and soon after became with them. While employed with the Pima County Attorney’s Office, Joe worked with victims of various crime types on the scene as well as assisting victims through the criminal justice system. He carried a caseload that had a variety of crime types, including vehicular and drunk driving related crashes.

Email:Joe.Sullivan@madd.org

Phone:520-322-5253 ext. 6456

Kiley Schneider

Victim Services Specialist

Kiley Schneider

Kiley is a victim services specialist in the Phoenix office, and serves victims all over central and northern Arizona. Kiley has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Winona State University in Minnesota where she’s originally from. Kiley has worked extensively in the helping professions, including mental and behavioral health, for the past 8 years. Kiley is passionate about connecting with and supporting people who are experiencing tragedy and helping to empower them as they move through the justice system and beyond. Kiley is excited to be part of a team who is committed to expanding MADD’s reach in Arizona to serve more victims, and to ultimately end impaired driving. In her spare time, Kiley enjoys reading, listening to podcasts, soaking in the beautiful Arizona weather, and spending time with her two cats.

Email:Kiley.Schneider@madd.org

Phone:602-240-6500 ext. 6455

A person’s life is forever changed following a drunk or drugged driving crash. Many victims and survivors are left not knowing what to do or where to turn. MADD Victim Services is here to help those following the aftermath of a crash at no cost to the victim.

Victim Services Provided at No Charge – we strive to provide as many services as possible to victims of drugged and drunk driving crashes. Listed below are some examples of services that MADD may be able to provide, the actual services provided will be based on availability.

  • Offer emotional support to those impacted by phone, in person, or via email
  • Provide a wide selection of free brochures and literature, available in both English and Spanish, related to the aftermath of the crash
  • Provide information, education, and assistance in understanding the various laws related to drunk and drugged driving in your area
  • Education on the criminal justice process and court proceedings
  • Assistance with preparation of a Victim Impact Statement to present at the sentencing of the offender
  • Depending on availability, sometimes MADD can provide accompaniment to court, or if you are unable to attend, keep you informed of the legal proceedings
  • Assist victims in understanding their rights as a victim and completing an application for Crime Victims Compensation
  • Assist in preparing statements for parole hearings or probation hearings
  • Referrals to local community resources including, but not limited to, support groups, crisis professional counselors, and civil attorneys

To be put in touch with a MADD Victim Advocate in your area, or if you need to speak with someone immediately, call MADD’s Victim Survivor Helpline at 1-877-MADD-HELP (877-623-3435).