For Mothers Against Drunk Driving® and for me as National President, it was an honor to testify before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation on June 14. It was an honor to be the voice of all...
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Don’t let the promise of summer end in tragedy.  Whether it’s young adults using prom and graduation as a launch pad to the beach, or families loading their cars for long awaited vacations, summertime is a catalyst for lifelong memories. ...
Skip Church, MADD President Colleen Sheehey-Church’s husband offers his perspective on the tragic events and death of their son Dustin. Read below: While the name of the organization seems to focus on one member of the family unit, “Mothers” Against...
A West Virginia Law Enforcement Officer wrote President Colleen Sheehey-Church a heartfelt letter about how her presentation at a recent conference renewed his drive to fight drunk driving. Read below: Let me start this by telling you a little about...
At nine months of age, a baby builds trillions of brain connections, becomes a master crawler and, often, starts transforming mindless babbling into words like “dada.” First steps are right around the corner! Unfortunately, my first husband Mike never experienced...
In the wake of recent legislation in Missouri, MADD volunteer Michael E. Boland pays homage to the dedicated efforts of MADD supporters and volunteers whose tireless efforts showed MADD’s potential impact in future such battles. Read below: Dear MADD Missouri Friend...
Recently, MADD National President Colleen Sheehey-Church participated in a webinar with three other expert panelists for the Office for Victims of Crime. The subject of this seminar was “Serving Victims of Impaired Driving Crashes.” Colleen was able to offer the audience...
OFFICER JAMES FREDERICK “FREDDIE” NORMAN Home City: Austell, Georgia Crash Anniversary: April 17, 1988 Cobb County Georgia Officer Freddie Norman was given less than a 1 percent chance of surviving after a teenage drunk driver slammed into his patrol car...
Last week, the Oklahoma Legislature voted overwhelmingly to make Oklahoma the 29th state to pass an all-offender ignition interlock law. If Governor Fallin signs SB 643 into law, all drunk driving offenders will need to install an ignition interlock for...
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