This office was created to coordinate alcohol and substance abuse efforts among the American Indian and Alaskan Native communities and federal agencies as called for by the Tribal Law and Order Act. This office works, in collaboration with the U.S. Departments of the Interior and Justice, on determining the scope of the ongoing problem -- identifying and assessing national, state, tribal, and local alcohol and substance abuse programs and resources; and creating standards for programs.
This National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: division offers facts and statistics, public education, and program updates on prevention programs and emergency care for patients.
MADD has hundreds of chapters that assist victims of drunk driving crashes at the local level. Its website offers statistics, activism information, materials in Spanish, and program awareness resources. MADD recently launched a 24-hour hotline to lend support to victims of drunk driving and their friends and family. You can call 877–MADD–HELP for emotional support, guidance, and referrals.
Discover research and statistics on crime victimization and safety on campus in this Office of Justice Programs special feature.