Has the influence of secondary prevention programs in

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has the influenceof secondary prevention programs in human services and still is constantly changing. The advocacy and approach of MADD constitutes help for the victims of drunk driving. MADD spreads social awareness in the communities nationally against drunk driving. Donot let a friend drink and drive is one slogan MADDinitiates into the community making people think about his or her actions (MADD. Org, 2013). Furthermore,the prevention of drunk driving has made a name thanks to Mothers Against Drunk Driving. The social awareness in the community and the effect on social policies is gaining national attention today. The student illustrates how involving social awareness Affects Social policies. The student identifying Mothers against Drunk Drivers, and explaining this organizations influence in today’s society. Intertwining controversial issues with MADD an organization impacting human service influence on the client. Mothers against Drunk Drivers participates in influencing social policies, and spreading the social awareness of individuals drinking and driving in today’s society. The actions of this organization has brought national attention to drinking and driving awareness, which continues to be a serious issue in society taking innocent individuals’lives (Kyser, 2013).
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