MADD Youth in Canada: Let's keep each other alive!
MADD Canada is committed to working with today's youth to help make our roads safer. MADD Canada wants to support and assist victims and volunteers across Canada – particularly elementary, high school and university students but also their families, teachers and mentors – who want to do their part to put a stop to drug and alcohol-related crashes.
Today, MADD Canada’s Youth Program reaches 600,000 high school and 150,000 elementary students per year through our powerful multi-media assembly presentations. In addition, we have recruited a growing number of volunteers who are focused on raising awareness on college and university campuses from coast to coast. MADD Canada also uses the Internet, radio and TV ads, posters, national contests, and bursaries to reach out to every age group.
To assist parents and teachers, MADD Canada has developed educational programs, victim support services and other resources, such as links and statistics, that are appropriate for youths of all ages.
If you have any questions or need more information, please contact MADD Canada.
MY Decisions - MY Voice - MY Right to a Safe Ride Home
Why drive high?
Ottawa Public Health and Carlington Community and Health Services, on behalf of twenty-five community partners, developed a new interactive game called Why Drive High? This game shows how smoking up and driving messes with your hand/eye coordination… just like in real life.
For more information on this or other programs please email us or call us at 1-866-466-5310