All posts by: MADD

You may have seen some new MADD spots floating around on Facebook recently, featuring real stories of real victims of drunk driving in Virginia. These stories have been shared with us from Virginia families who have lost their loved ones...
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February 7, 2007 was the day that forever changed Karen Mertes’ life path. Karen, a Lieutenant Colonel serving in the United States Air Force, was driving the speed limit on the interstate when she was struck from behind by a...
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MADD worked in tandem with the Washington Regional Alcohol Program (WRAP) and other traffic safety partners to lobby for bills we supported and against bills we thought would be detrimental. Kurt Erickson, the President and CEO of WRAP, created the...
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For the past 9 years, MADD Virginia has enjoyed the support of Alpha Sigma Alpha’s Beta Epsilon chapter, located at James Madison University. Over this time the sisters of ASA Beta Epsilon have worked diligently and passionately to spread the...
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  Volunteer Debbie Sausville presented on behalf of MADD at the Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety – 2017 Roadmap Report.  See the complete webcast here. Volunteer Jeremy Markle shared his story at Cheatham Annex Naval Base. Volunteers Carter Hill and...
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Five Amazing Things You’re Doing When You Support MADD VA Providing Victim Support for Victims/Survivors in Virginia: Emotional support and guidance Court accompaniment when available Assistance with writing a Victim Impact Statement Listings of local counselors, support groups and attorneys...
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