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MADD Youth In Canada: Let’s keep each other alive!

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MY Decisions – MY Voice – MY Right to a Safe Ride Home

  • MADD Youth make smart choices by not mixing alcohol, drugs and driving.
  • MADD Youth help and educate their friends to stop mixing alcohol, drugs and driving.
  • MADD Youth plan ahead and take turns being a designated driver.
  • MADD Youth refuse to get into a vehicle driven by an impaired driver.

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.

Today, MADD Canada’s Youth Program reaches hundreds of thousands of students in Grades 7 to 12 through our powerful School Program presentations. MADD Canada also uses Internet, radio and TV ads, posters, and bursaries to reach out to every age group.

To assist parents and teachers, MADD Canada has developed education programs, victim/survivor support services and other resources, such as links and statistics for youth of all ages.

We have also developed a Contract for Life (PDF) as a reality check between friends and family members. Help your friends and family stay alive by encouraging them to sign the Contract for Life and don’t let them drive impaired by alcohol and/or drugs.

If you’re a parent, we’ve thought of you too. Click here for the facts on teens and impaired driving from MADD Canada.

If you have any questions or need more information, please contact MADD Canada at 1-800-665-6233 or info@madd.ca.

MADD-SENB has many opportunities for youth to volunteer locally!

This is a great way for teens to gain valuable work related experience, while at the same time making their community a great place to live!

For more information on becoming a Youth Volunteer, please contact us.

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