Victim Services - Resources
MADD Canada has many informative print publications and online resources to help victims of impaired driving.
Coping with the emotional, physical and legal effects of an impaired driving crash can be overwhelming. A broad range of programs and services are available from community organizations and agencies but knowing where and how to access them is a challenge.
MADD Canada Resource Guide provides victims of crime – and specifically, victims of impaired driving – with useful information and contacts to help them deal with the criminal justice process and access the various networks of available services and programs. The guide includes contains up-to-date contact information for federal and provincial resources.
To assist the many victims injured as a result of impaired driving, MADD Canada has developed a specific Injury Resources Listing. This is a comprehensive list of supportive agencies across Canada that will assist victims who are suffering from brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and physical disabilities.
- Injury Resources Listing
- Another comprehensive list of resources for injured victims can be found on the www.charityvillage.com web site.
MADD Canada’s brochure series provides information on a variety of topics and issues which victims of impaired driving may face:
- Trauma, Loss and Bereavement
- Coping with Life After Injury
- A Victim’s Guide to the Criminal Justice System
- Understanding the Consequences of a Loved One’s Impaired Driving
- Holidays and Hope
Resource Lending Library
A variety of books, video and audio cassettes on a diverse range of victim-focused subjects are available for you to borrow from our National Office.
If you would like to borrow materials, please call our National Office at 1-800-665-6233 or email email@example.com .
- Anticipatory Grief
- Coping With Injury
- Cross Cultural Issues & Religious Views
- Death & Dying
- French Language Books
- Grief & Bereavement
- Helping Children And Teenagers Understand Death
- Loss Of A Baby/Child
- Loss Of A Parent
- Loss Of A Spouse
- Restorative Justice
- Traumatic/Violent Death