Since our son’s death in 2014 to an accidental heroin overdose, it has been our mission to share with the community our story in order to educate and spread awareness about the dangers of opiates and other harmful drugs both legal and illegal. We want to empower others with the knowledge that we have gained throughout this journey for the purpose of prevention and early intervention.
Our vision is to witness the end of the opioid epidemic and to break the silence and erase the stigma of Substance Use Disorder.
We are excited to share that we are now officially a prevention coalition registered through Missouri’ Department of Mental Health. We are connected with coalitions across the state in Missouri’s Prevention Network and our local Prevention Resource Center, NCADA.
Retired USPS Mail Carrier of 33 years.
Retired USPS Inside Clerk of 37 years.
Retired Lincoln Engineering Tool Grinder of 41 years.
Community Strategist at NCADA