Creating a Future of No More Victims® in Hawaii

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 Hawaii 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®.

Hawaii News

This Mother's Day and every day MADD Hawaii recognizes the unwavering strength, boundless compassion, and limitless love that mothers provide.  They are the architects of our earliest memories and the guardians of our dreams, embodying selflessness and sacrifice.  MADD...

Hawaii EVENTS

2024 Walk Like MADD

Sat, September 14th, 7:00AM

MADD Hawaii

Kaka’ako Waterfront Park

102 Ohe St
Honolulu 96813 United States

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MADD Hawaii Candlelight Vigil

Sun, December 8th, 3:00PM

MADD Hawaii

Atherton Chapel at Central Union Church

1660 S. Beretania Street
Honolulu United States

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Contact Information

Phone: 808 532-6232
Email: [email protected]

745 Fort Street Mall Ste 303
Honolulu, HI 96813

Hawaii 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 Hawaii 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

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. At this time Hawaii does not have any in-person Victim Impact Panels.

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