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TOWN HALLS

Students against destructive decisions!

SADD Town Halls

Each year, Missouri Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) hosts a series of Town Halls across Missouri to engage local leaders, parents, students, and community members in dialogue to improve traffic safety in their areas.  Through conversation with these parents, Missouri SADD will target specific actions of concerns such as lack of seat belt usage, a rise in distracted driving, or a concern on impaired driving to bring about community change through peer-to-peer education programs.

Want to Host an Upcoming Town Hall?

Missouri SADD is looking for communities interested in hosting a SADD Town Hall for Spring 2023. These Town Halls bring community leaders together to discuss traffic safety concerns in their area and how SADD can leverage programs to improve these concerns. Additionally, SADD brings the Arrive Alive Traffic Safety Simulator to your school during the day. This event comes at no cost to the host school or organization.

Guiding Discussion Through Partnership

Missouri SADD is proud to work with partner organizations to guide conversation and inspire change.

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What Happens at a SADD Town Hall

While each SADD Town Hall is a bit different to meet community needs, each SADD Town Hall features the following:
  • • Arrive Alive Traffic Safety Simulator
  • • Panel featuring leaders in traffic safety
  • • Interactive community discussion to address needs and highlight concern
  • • Data and analytics from the Missouri State High Patrol and Missouri Student Survey