Evaluating the Georgia State Office of Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Adams, Erin Katherine
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The primary purpose of this study was to evaluate the Victim Services provided by the Georgia State Office of Mothers Against Drunk Driving to victims of drunk driving crashes. In order to attain this objective, a survey was developed to assess the utilization and perceived efficacy of MADD Georgia Victim Services as well as to elicit input regarding changes which could enhance the current format or delivery of services. Results reveal high familiarity with and utilization of MADD Georgia services. Satisfaction ratings indicate that the victims served by this organization had generally positive evaluations of the services they utilized. Respondents expressed a need for more expansive and varied services and provided suggestions for the improvement of current services offered. Limitations of the study and implications for practice and research are discussed. Overall, the results of this study suggest that MADD Georgia Victim Services play an important role in meeting the needs of the victims of drunk driving crashes.