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MADD's mission: to end drunk driving, help fight drugged driving, support the victims and prevent underage drinking. Facebook
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MADD 12h
Have you been impacted by a drunk driving crash? Do you have a story to share? Click below to create a tribute page and share your story today!
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MADD Sep 14
It's that time of year again! Help us choose the 2020 t-shirt. Vote for your favorite by clicking below!
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MADD Sep 14
Be a part of the force to end drunk driving. See how you can volunteer with MADD so there are of these preventable crimes.
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MADD Sep 13
MADD and want to remind you that having the talk about underage drinking is not just about telling your teens not to drink. It's about discussing the dangers and importance of waiting till they're 21. Click below to get helpful tips.
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MADD Sep 13
I am sorry to hear you have been impacted by a drunk driving crash. Please know that you are not alone and we are thinking of you. While we can't share GoFundMe and other donation pages, you can call our Help Line at 877-MADD-HELP to be connected to local resources to assist.
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MADD Sep 12
Our condolences go out to Cleveland Browns End Chris Smith, Petara's family, and friends. Drinking and driving is a choice. This choice has now left a child without a mother.
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MADD Sep 12
Fight drunk driving AND escape to warm weather for the holidays at
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MADD Sep 12
Patrolman David Ortiz served the El Paso Police Department until March 14, 2016. MADD supports his service and we remember him today. His family and friends are in our thoughts.
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MADD Sep 12
Another state has reported the impact had in their communities. Thank you to all the law enforcement on land and patrolling the water to save lives in
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MADD Sep 11
“Our only goal is to help you out. Please don’t compromise our ability in helping you out. It’ll hurt people, it’ll kill people,” Paramedics shouldn't be concerned about drunk drivers while saving lives.
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MADD Sep 11
In 2017, more than half of children killed in drunk driving crashes were passengers of the drunk driver. That is a form of child abuse and should be treated as such.
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MADD Sep 11
We never forget the lives lost. We never forget those that risked their lives to help others.
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San José State Football Sep 9
"One life lost is too many." Thank you to for coming and speaking to our team about the dangers of drunk driving today.
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MADD Sep 10
MADD supports Lidar in their efforts to bring advanced safety to our roadways using lidar technology. Join us at the at Levi Stadium on 10/2 to find out more about the future of auto safety.
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MADD Sep 10
Kevin Archibald was described as a kind and caring man by his wife in his tribute. He was driving home when he was killed in a drugged driving crash. Click to read his tribute.
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MADD Sep 10
In March MADD President Helen Witty challenged the auto industry to move aggressively to make drunk driving prevention tech available to customers. 7000-10,000 lives could be saved per year. Here's what Nissan was working on in 2007
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MADD Sep 9
Don't assume they're already drinking. The fact is, most teens don't drink. According to the alcohol consumption for ages 12-17, has declined by 11%. Get helpful tips on how to talk to your teens by clicking below.
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MADD Sep 8
You don't need to go through your grieving journey alone. Share your thoughts and feelings with a loved one or therapist. If you have or know someone who has been impacted by a drunk driving crash, call our 24-hour Help Line at 877-MADD-HELP (623-3435).
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MADD Sep 7
is the nation's only community event dedicated to ending drunk driving. Register for your neighborhood Walk Like MADD by clicking below.
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MADD Sep 6
We're fed up too. Thanks : "Those who choose to violate this law will be held accountable. It is always our hope that we can gain voluntary compliance with the law, but if this choice is made, it will become a public choice" via
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