MADD Saint John and Area

Advocacy & Human Rights - Saint John, NB
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Address 1216 Sandcove Road, Box 21, Unit B213, Saint John, NB

MADD Saint John and Area

About MADD Saint John and Area:

The Saint John Chapter was founded in 2003, we meet the first Tuesday of each month at noon in our office, and new members and volunteers are always welcome. Victim/Survivor Services – Comprehensive program of support and resources for individuals who have lost a loved one or suffered a serious injury as a result of an impaired-driving crash. Youth Services – Specialized programming for elementary, middle schools and high school students to educate them about the dangers of mixing alcohol and/or drugs with driving. Public Awareness and Education – Campaigns to reach out to the public about the dangers of impaired driving and how they can help improve safety on our roads, waterways and trails. Public Policy – Promotion of legislative best practices in impaired driving countermeasures, at both the federal and provincial/territorial levels, to address the impaired driving problem in Canada. Technology – Partnering with international traffic safety organizations, automobile manufacturers and technology companies to explore technological solutions to stop impaired driving.

Our Mission:

MADD Canada's mission is to stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime.

How You Can Support Us:

You can help! MADD offers a wide range of opportunities for people who want to join the fight to end impaired driving and support victims/survivors. Volunteer opportunities vary from event, to month to each year. Get in touch to see how you can help!

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