Posts filed under: Drunk Driving

By Colleen Sheehey-Church MADD National President The future is honking – and the U.S. Department of Transportation is listening. Recently, MADD Chairman of the Board David Strickland, CEO Debbie Weir, Chief of Legislative Affairs J.T. Griffin and I had the...
Not all drunk or drugged driving victims die. Many survive, only to struggle to adapt to their new life due to life-altering injuries. And their family members, who serve as caregivers, often face a new life, which can include providing...
Saying goodbye As a grassroots organization started on a kitchen table in one grieving mother’s home, our people are our most valuable champions and resources. These unflagging advocates make each milestone possible. So it is with great sadness that we...
A poet with a love of animals, Janakae was in her third year at Texas Tech University where she was studying veterinarian medicine when she wasn’t playing in the marching band. She had a goal of playing every instrument before...
By LaKeitha Stephens, Jade’s mom   Jade Gabrielle Stephens was a bubbly, outgoing, cheerful little girl who always had something witty to say. Her laugh was infectious, and she had a way of making everyone that she met feel specially...
  • Theresa and Rosalind
Drunk driving victim, long time MADD volunteer and WLKY Bell Award recipient Theresa Martinez shares her story of tragedy, pain and purpose....
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