MADD Prince Albert holds Healing Circle Sessions for victims of impaired driving. People from Prince Albert and area get together to share their experience, learn from each other, lean on each other, and get the support they may not get from others. It is a place where they can feel safe and not be judged for their feelings as well as connect with other people who have been through similar tragedies.
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In the aftermath of a crash, victims/survivors have many questions and often do not know where to turn. MADD Canada’s most important priority is helping those who have lost a loved one or suffered an injury as a result of impaired driving. Every year, we provide a full range of free services to 20,000 victims/survivors of impaired driving.
Victim/Survivor Support Line: 1-800-665-6233
Tributes and Memorials
MADD Canada helps victims/survivors pay tribute to their loved ones or recognize injuries they themselves have suffered through a variety of memorial and tribute efforts. These memorials and tributes give a voice to those who have been affected by impaired driving, acknowledge the losses they have suffered and help bring the personal and human realities of impaired driving to a society numbed by statistics and headlines.
MADD Canada continues to build an effective array of public awareness programs, tools and initiatives to inform Canadians about the dangers and consequences of impaired driving. Chapters and Community Leaders also engage in public awareness efforts in their local communities.
Project Red Ribbon
From November 1 to the first Monday after January 1st, MADD Canada Chapters, Community Leaders, volunteers and supporters will be out in force, distributing millions of red ribbons for Canadians to tie on the vehicles, key chains, purses, briefcases and backpacks.
Campaign 911 is a Canada-wide campaign to encourage and empower the Canadian public to report suspected impaired driving by calling 911.
MADD Canada is committed to working with today’s youth to help make our roads safer. We want to engage and work with all those across Canada – particularly elementary, high school and university students, as well as their families, teachers and mentors who want to do their part to put a stop to alcohol and drug-related crashes.