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?