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Other Ways to Get Involved
Looking for other ways to make a difference? Check out these initiatives and national organizations that work to keep teens safe on the road. With local chapters all across the country, participating is easy.
Project Ignition is a service-learning program that puts teens in charge of deciding how they will make a difference. Teens can apply for a grant to create and run a school or community campaign of their own. The only limit is your creativity! Seek change on the local level with a community fair or memory wall. Meet with elected officials or hold a rally for legislative action.
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) is a peer-to-peer education, prevention, and activism organization. SADD originally focused on drunk driving, but now its mission has expanded to include any potentially destructive decision. The group works to empower young adults to let their voices be heard on teen violence, drug use, risky or impaired driving, peer pressure, and other issues.
National Organization for Youth Safety (NOYS) is a national collaboration with over 40 youth-serving organizations dedicated to youth safety. Specific focus areas include bullying, dating safety, drug and alcohol use, and highway safety. Teens are trained as peer leaders and share what they have learned.
Youth For Road Safety (YOURS) is dedicated to raising awareness of teen driver safety through teen involvement. The organization seeks to unify the many voices speaking out on this issue to demand global change. Whether through a PSA Contest or a U.N. march, YOURS will not be satisfied until every leader, not just teens, is committed to reducing teen driver crashes.YOUTH SERVICE AMERICA (YSA) improves communities by increasing the number and the diversity of young people, ages 5-25, serving in substantive roles. YSA supports a global culture of engaged youth committed to a lifetime of service, learning, leadership, and achievement. The impact of YSA’s work through service and service-learning is measured in student achievement, workplace readiness, and healthy communities. Click here for a teen driver safety project created with the help of CHOP researchers.