Information on SADD Resources and National Involvement

SADD is dedicated to ensuring a healthy, happy, and empowered life, throughout every stage of life. This means not only adhering to the mission of helping our youth turn away from drinking and driving, but also to prevent other destructive decisions through peer-to-peer communication. 

We are proud to take a positive stand on important issues that face our teens through youth leadership development. This means helping teens and the adults in their lives to better understand the pressures that they face on a day-to-day basis through a variety of educational and motivational material. Utilize the resources below for optimal health and wellness, throughout all areas of life. 

Substance Abuse

Looking to lead a life that doesn't involve drugs or alcohol? Above the Influence is dedicated to helping teens overcome their dependency on these destructive substances.

Bullying & Violence Prevention

From the school hallways to the world of social media, bullying is more prevalent than ever. Learn the facts and join in the fight against this destructive behavior with StopBullying.Gov!

Depression & Suicide Prevention

Teenage depression largely goes unrecognized by parents and educators, which can lead to devastating results. Join the fight in recognizing teenage depression and preventing suicide with Adolescent Wellness, Inc.

Traffic Safety

Every year thousands are killed while walking among their neighborhood streets. Slow down, take a stand, and make a difference with Keep Kids Alive Drive 25.

Learn about supporting, strengthening, and promoting the safety of our youth with the National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS).

Teen Pregnancy & STD / HIV / AIDS Prevention

Education is the best way to avoid teen pregnancy and sexual transmitted diseases. Stay Teen is dedicated to keeping teens informed about issues such as sex, abstinence, and birth control.

Other Resources

Support complete home care, the healthy family programs, and state-wide initiatives of Visiting Nurse Association Health and Hospice.


Youth Making A Difference

Social Norming

For Parents