Creating a Future of No More Victims® in Arizona

Mothers Against Drunk Driving is more than just mothers. We're fathers, sisters, brothers, families, and friends. We're truly a grassroots organization, made up of people like you who care about making an impact in Arizona to keep your loved ones safe.

MADD works tirelessly to support victims at no charge, advocate for stronger laws and create a future of No More Victims®.

Arizona EVENTS

El Tour de Tucson

WHEN: Sat, November 18th, 07:00AM
DONATE OR REGISTER: Click here to donate to a participant, team or organization and to register a fundraiser.

 
El Tour de Tucson is a 501(c)3 non-profit that rides to support charities, community, health and wellness. Since 1983, El Tour de Tucson has been helping organizations just like MADD Arizona in helping likeminded individuals support a cause. By riding for MADD Arizona, you are helping us continue to raise awareness around impaired driving while helping us continue to support victims and survivors completely free of charge. Thank YOU, for being an instrumental piece of helping us reach a future of #NoMoreVictims!

Tucson Honoring Heroes Recognition Banquet

When: Thu, October 12th, 17:00PM
Where:

Casino Del Sol
5655 W Valencia Rd
Tucson 85757 United States

 

MADD Arizona is proud to present its 34th annual Honoring Heroes Recognition Banquet. This event is MADD’s signature opportunity to honor the law enforcement officers, first responders, and court personnel who diligently work to support our shared mission to end drunk driving, help fight drugged driving, support the victims of these violent crimes, and prevent underage drinking.

2023 Walk Like MADD Tucson

When: Sat, December 2nd, 09:00AM
Where:
Tucson Magnet High School
Tucson AZ

 
The 2023 Walk Like MADD Tucson event is MADD’s signature fundraising event to help us raise both awareness and funds to eliminate drunk and drugged driving. We hope that you will rally with us in Tucson, AZ to help create a future of No More Victims®. Register and donate TODAY to help us save more lives!

Arizona VICTIM SERVICES

A person's life is forever changed following a drunk or drugged driving crash. Many victims and survivors are left without work, not knowing what to do or where to turn. That's where MADD Arizona steps in.

MADD provides as many services as possible to victims of drugged and drunk driving crashes all at no charge.
Here's How We Help:

To be put in touch with a MADD Victim Advocate in your area or if you
need to speak with someone immediately, call

24-HOUR VICTIM/SURVIVOR HELP LINE

877.MADD.HELP

VICTIM IMPACT PANELS

VIP REGISTRATION HELPLINE - 1-800-426-6233

ONLINE VICTIM IMPACT PANELS

See if your area qualifies for the online panel
The Online Victim Impact Panel Class is not eligible for those sentenced in the states of Arkansas and Oklahoma.

FIND AN IN-PERSON VICTIM IMPACT PANEL

Helping drunk and drugged driving offenders understand the lasting and long-term effects of substance impaired driving.

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Our Partners

Tania Bustamante

Arizona State Executive Director

Tania Bustamante

Arizona State Executive Director

Tania Bustamante, who serves as State Executive Director of MADD Arizona since 2021.

 

Tania began her nonprofit career over 22 years ago in Los Angeles, CA with American Cancer Society, working with Income Development. She then moved on to the scouting world with Girl Scouts in California and Arizona in 2007, when her family decided to make Arizona home. She continued her passion with developing youth through scouting and joined Boy Scouts of America in 2014. Her last position with the Boy Scouts was as an iTeach Exploring Executive Director while she also served as a Senior District Executive Director at the council. In 2020 she moved on to St. Mary’s Food Bank as Major Gifts Director.

 

Tania comes to MADD Arizona with many years of fundraising and community engagement experience.

She enjoys spending time with her husband, David of 25 years, traveling, spending time at baseball games across the nation and most importantly, time with her 2 sons and grandsons.

Beverly Mason Biggers

Regional Grant Manager
Tucson/Phoenix Office

Beverly Mason Biggers

Regional Grant Manager
Tucson/Phoenix Office

Beverly serves as the Grant Manager for MADD Arizona and works out of the Tucson office. Beverly found MADD in 1992 when her brother, Scott, was killed by a repeat drunk driver. Since starting as a volunteer speaking at victim impact panels, she has held a variety of jobs over over the years including Victim Advocate, Office Administrator and Program Manager. Beverly and her husband, Mike, love exploring ghost towns, desert sunsets and spending time with their extended family.

 

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 520-322-5253 ext. 6462

Rebecca Sustayta

Regional Victim Services Manager
Phoenix/Tucson Office

Rebecca Sustayta

Regional Victim Services Manager
Phoenix/Tucson Office

I am a returned Peace Corps volunteer, serving in the beautiful country of Botswana. Working with nonprofits over the last 8 years has given me so much compassion for the world around me and I’m honored to be a part of an organization that fights 110% forward for their community. As a California native, I’m still getting acclimated to this heat, but have found my home in Phoenix and look forward to finding all the hidden gems of Arizona. If I’m not traveling and exploring new places, you can likely catch me discovering new music, hanging with friends, being active or enjoying all the delicious cuisine the world has to offer! It is my greatest privilege to serve this community and I am grateful to every person who has allowed me to walk along side them and be a part of their story.

Adeelah Saad

Development Director
Phoenix/Tucson Office

Adeelah Saad

Development Director
Phoenix/Tucson Office

Adeelah comes from Vancouver, Canada and is happy to be in Phoenix as our new Development Director. She has several years of experience serving on non-profit boards as well as in the food industry.

For fun, she likes to explore the different delicious foods the area has to offer as well as travel abroad with her husband.

Clarissa Meda

Lead Victim Services Specialist
Tucson Office

Clarissa Meda

Lead Victim Services Specialist
Tucson Office

Hello, my name is Clarissa Meda, and I am from San Luis, AZ which is within Yuma County. I graduated from Grand Canyon University with my master’s in forensic psychology. For the past five years, I worked with Tucson PD as a Community Service Officer, where my passion for helping individuals who have experience a traumatic event grew even stronger and decided to make the change and more directly with victims. On my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family and traveling whenever possible. I also love dogs and gardening as well as spending time in the outdoors. I am very excited to join the MADD Team!

Sofie DeMarchi

Program Specialist
Phoenix Office

Ethan Quinn

Program Specialist
Flagstaff

Ethan Quinn

Program Specialist
Flagstaff

As a New Hampshire native, Ethan comes to MADD Arizona with a background of outdoor education and behavioral health. As our only staff in Flagstaff, Ethan will be focused on growing our footprint in Northern Arizona as his passion lies within prevention programs. 

Kate Reynolds

Victim Services Specialist
Tucson Office

Victim Services Specialist – 133-22AZ

Leslie Monroy

Victim Services Specialist
Phoenix Office

Leslie Monroy

Victim Services Specialist
Phoenix Office

Open Position

Program Specialist
Tucson Office

Open Position

Program Specialist
Tucson Office

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Contact Information

Phone: 602 240-6500
VIP Registration Helpline: 1-800-426-6233
Email: [email protected]

Address:
3800 N Central Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85012

File a Complaint

If you’re a victim or survivor needing to file a complaint, please reach us at our 24 hour hotline: 877-MADD-HELP (623-3435)

If you’re a community member needing to file a complaint, please reach us at our headquarters: 877-ASK-MADD (275-6233)

To file a discrimination report directly to the U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Civil Rights, please head here or call them at (202) 514-3847, 1-855-856-1247 (toll-free), or Telephone Device for the Deaf: (TTY) (202) 514-0716 

To learn how to file a discrimination report directly to the Arizona Department of Public Safety VOCA Administration Unit, please head here. To start your complaint, email them at [email protected] 

To file a discrimination report as an active or potential employee under the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), please reach them at 1-800-669-4000 or head here.