The SADD program began in North Carolina in the fall of 1982. This program now serves students in middle schools, high schools, community colleges, and universities. SADD has many chapters located in schools across the state of North Carolina. The chapters carry out projects during the school year such as seatbelt checks of students driving to school, compliance checks of sales to minors, prevention activities at sports events, alcohol-free prom and graduation projects, school assemblies and community projects focusing on highway safety and underage drinking and drug prevention. The need to establish more SADD chapters in our schools and local communities will continue as long as serious problems of drinking and driving, underage drinking and destructive decision-making result from alcohol and other drug use.
North Carolina SADD is dedicated to addressing current and specific challenges facing students while creating a positive, inclusive environment. Together, we can ensure North Carolina students thrive while making positive impacts on themselves and their communities. To get involved with our current initiatives, check out our latest newsletter here: http://bit.ly/ncsadd_jan21
To join our North Carolina Statewide Virtual Chapter, please click here: https://forms.gle/36wz9SkgrgNfx3786
For all other information or to learn more about North Carolina SADD, please contact Aaron Medina at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you and stay safe!