Drunk driving claims the lives of over 10,000 people every single year. It is estimated that people who drink and drive do so nearly 80 times before they are caught or lose their lives. As Dr. Phil says, these are not accidents; they are crimes that are preventable. 
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), founded in 1980, is on a mission to put an end to drunk driving and has saved almost 400,000 lives. Their organization also helps support the victims of these violent and senseless crimes. 

Alex Otte, National President of MADD, joins Dr. Phil on Monday’s episode, “Addicted to Driving Drunk: Laura’s Final Decision,” to share how the organization is working to combat drunk driving. In the video above, hear about a program that brings drunk driving offenders face to face with those impacted by drunk driving, and a new technology that has the potential to end drunk driving.
On Monday, Laura admits that she drinks and drives and has done it thousands of times. She hears from a man who killed two young women when he drove intoxicated. Will his story impact Laura? Will she decide to change her behavior and get help? Check local listings to see where you can watch.

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