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  • Bob-Benedict
After the initial shock of a drunk driving crash, one of the hardest things a family has to deal with is the court process.  There can often be delays before charges are even brought against an offender, as law enforcement...
  • Victim Services Training 2016-web-version
Several long-time victim volunteers who have served with MADD supporting victims, speaking at schools and Victim Impact Panels, and sitting in courts as monitors among other roles over the years gathered at the MADD Tennessee State office this week to...
  • September-2017-MADD-Remembers-newsletter-version
MADD knows how hard crash anniversaries and birthdays of lost loved ones can be. We also know how important it is for families to know that their loved ones are not forgotten.  We want victims of drunk and drugged driving...
  • Nickolas-Willhoit-300x250
Nick Willhoit was that kid everybody loved.  He grew up in a small town community in Atwood, Tennessee – a place where everybody knew everyone.  He had gone to kindergarten with most of the students in his high school graduating...
  • August-MADD-Remembers-newsletter-version
MADD knows how hard crash anniversaries and birthdays of lost loved ones can be. We also know how important it is for families to know that their loved ones are not forgotten.  We want victims of drunk and drugged driving...
  • Tina Thomas at Keith Dunaway Memorial Sign-cropped-web-version-Tina-Thomas-with-sign-300x250
MADD Tennessee was proud to attend a ceremony on Saturday, July 1, 2017, for the unveiling of a new Memorial Sign in honor of Officer Keith Dunaway.  Officer Dunaway was riding with his wife, Lori, and their three-old-daughter, Taylor, on...
  • Kara-Lonsway
MADD Tennessee is happy to welcome Kara Lonsway as the new Tennessee State Victims Services Specialist!  Kara has a Bachelors in Sociology/Criminology from Ohio University and, for the past five years, has been working with families in crisis with Child...
  • Sportsplex-entrance-web-version
The MADD Upper Cumberland Chapter in Cookeville, Tennessee, held their 19th Annual Men’s Church Softball Tournament on June 10, 2017, raising over $400 to  benefit Mothers Against Drunk Driving.  The event, held at the Cane Creek SportsPlex in Cookeville, hosted...
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They came from Middle or East Tennessee.  Some people have even shown up from Kentucky. Members of church baseball leagues from across the state have been streaming to our town for the annual MADD Upper Cumberland Church Softball Tournament for...