Posts filed under: Victim Services

Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s Walk Like MADD Charlotte is back!! This year’s event is being held on Sunday October 20, 2019 at Freedom Park. Registration opens at 10:00am and walkers, like you, will leave from the starting line at 11:00am...
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On Sunday, November 13, 2013 at 8:00 in the morning my life was changed forever – I got a phone call from my son, and he was telling me that Casey was gone, and preceded to tell me what happened. ...
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Rosaana Hudson has a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health from the University of North Carolina Greensboro. For the past seven years, she has advocated on behalf of victims by serving as a liaison between victims of crime and community agencies....
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KeQuana Abdul holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and a Master’s Degree in Social Work. For many years she practiced as an Empowering Coach in Manhattan. With this professional background as an Empowering Coach it has given her a unique...
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On October 21, 2017 Daniel’s Ride was held in New Hanover County, NC.  Bicyclists were there to ride in memory of Daniel Fetner, a 17 years old, who was killed by an impaired driver this past July in Brunswick County....
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North Carolina welcomes Raven Bynum as our new victim services intern. She is originally from the small town of Roanoke Rapids, NC, but currently resides in Durham, NC. She is a 2014 graduate of North Carolina Central University where she...
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MADD North Carolina is proud to announce upcoming Support Groups for anyone dealing with the aftereffects of an impaired driving crash. One group will be dedicated to the loss of loved one, and all are welcome whether that loved one...
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