• Eclipse drunk driving on August 21st and beyond. Don't let your eclipse celebration end in tragedy! Read our party safe tips and more:

  • Click on link to see a list of available job openings at the Collaboration Council.

  • I visited with some of the country's leaders, crisscrossed a state with lifesaving information and joined with sheriffs across the country to honor our heroes.

  • I was hit by a drunk driver December 10, 2011. The offender was 2.5 times the legal Blood Alcohol Concentration limit. I continue to feel the impact, but I am grateful MADD is here for me.

  • MADD President Colleen Sheehey-Church talks about why she supports the development of autonomous vehicle technology. Read more:

  • Denver Walk Like MADD sponsor Bachus & Shanker Talk About Why They Give. Read Here:

  • Don't be mislead by misinformation. Get the facts about drunk driving.

  • Don’t let the promise of summer end in tragedy. National President Colleen Sheehey-Church offers tips for a safe and fun summer. Read more:

  • A WV Officer wrote President Colleen Sheehey-Church a heartfelt letter about how she renewed his drive to fight drunk driving. Read more:

  • Skip Church, MADD President Colleen Sheehey-Church's husband offers his perspective on the pain of Dustin's crash. Read More:

  • Former MADD National President Laura Dean-Mooney shares what it was like to lose her husband before her daughter was even a year old. Join Laura and others this month to give in honor of all fathers.

  • Naloxone is a prescription medication that reverses the affects of an opioid overdose. Participants who successfully complete the training will receive a certificate for the use of Naloxone and a FREE Naloxone kit. Tips on overdose prevention and resources detailing local and national resources will also be provided to participants.

  • MADD National President shared insight into the victim's perspective on the crime of drunk and drugged driving as an expert panelist.

  • One percent — that's what doctors gave Officer James Frederick "Freddie" Norman's chances for survival.He took his one percent and lived for another 21 years before succumbing to injuries sustained in the crash.

  • We are pleased to announce today the addition of a new Strategic Contributing Partner Pirelli®, whose support will help keep roadways and families safe.

  • How did we get to this much-anticipated milestone? And, more importantly, what happens next? Read more.

  • A DWI checkpoint on March 17 successfully caught drugged and drunk drivers. Read the results...

  • This week, MADD President Colleen Sheehey-Church joined a panel of experts to talk about how to serve victims of drunk driving. Listen here:

  • Hear from a drunk driving victim who lost her daughter and now raises her grandchildren.

  • As one victim said, it’s called the “criminal” justice system, not the “victim” justice system. But you're not alone. Read more...

  • MADD visits the Grand Prairie Police department to say thank you and to deliver teddy bears. Read the story...

  • The Collaboration Council has a new job opening for a Project Director. For complete details and how to submit your cover letter and resume click on the title link for a pdf downloadable file.

  • Vote to help us select the official shirt of the 10th anniversary of Walk Like MADD.

  • What happens when that role of mother takes an untimely turn and she must deal with the loss of a child? Read about coping with Mothers Day:

  • My name is Joshua, and I am 14 years old. A drugged driver stole my mom from me. Read my story:

  • Too often, I hear from people who think drunk driving isn't a big deal, not a real problem.

    That's why I was so grateful to attend a recent conference with several hundred attendees where everyone shared the goal of creating a future of No More Victims®.

  • Let's take a moment to honor the men and women who put their lives on the line daily to protect and serve. Read more...

  • Last week, the Governors Highway Safety Association released an update to its 2015 report on drug-impaired driving. As a result, some media coverage of the report has suggested that drugged driving has overtaken drunk driving in terms of traffic fatalities.

  • Video: Here are step-by-step instructions to create or move your tribute.

  • Read the touching story of how a MADD supporter gave a beloved Walk Like MADD shirt to encourage a drunk driving victim.

  • MADD honors David Weinstein and recognizes his loved ones who began our St. Louis Walk Like MADD. His story will live on. Watch the video:

  • MADD encourages parents talk to their children about the dangers of underage drinking. Kids who start drinking young are seven times more likely to be in an alcohol-related crash. MADD believes by taking proactive steps to protect our loved ones, especially our children, we can achieve a future of No More Victims.

  • My husband and I could either continue to be victims for the rest of our lives or do something to make a difference. Read my story:

  • Officer Stephen Burres of Irving PD tells us why he dedicated his life to keeping the roads safe for the rest of us. Read more:

  • Officer Steven Burres of Irving PD tells us why he dedicated his life to keeping the roads safe for the rest of us. Read more:

  • Join us in honoring the memories of the more than 10,000 people killed and the lives of the 290,000 people injured by drunk driving... Read:

  • In 2016, in-car breathalyzers stopped nearly 7 drunk driving attempts every 10 minutes — the time it takes for a coffee break. Read more:

  • A visual breakdown of the superiorities of ignition interlocks to alternate monitoring technologies and even license suspension. Take a look

  • It's a simple equation. Drinking + Driving = Tragedy. With your help, we can stop the destruction. Learn how your gift can multiply...

  • Ignition interlocks save lives. Why should you demand this protection nationally? Find out.

  • A crash at a Mardi Gras parade demonstrates that we aren't safe anywhere until we end drunk driving. Read more.

  • We asked you to share a teddy bear hug with drunk driving youngest victims. Here is how you responded...

  • The “A” word is accident. The right word for these violent crimes is “crash”. Read now...

  • Arizonans rushed to Dunkin Donuts on Feb. 28 to buy a MADD Donut, and support the efforts of MADD to end drunk driving. Read more...

  • How can a teddy bear help a child endangered by drunk driving? it's pretty simple. Find out.

  • Check out videos and photos from our recent (and largest yet) Walk Like MADD training.

  • Valentine's Day, a celebration of love, is painful when you've lost someone to drunk driving. Here is how MADD National President Colleen Sheehey-Church copes.

  • Driving impaired with a child in the vehicle is child abuse. Here's how you can comfort these young victims.

  • Test yourself to see if you know the truth about the danger of drunk driving.

  • Children don't have the choice to not ride with an offender - especially when it's their guardian. How can you make a difference?