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This Book Could Save Your Child's Life Her words from beyond the grave. Our daughter's wish was to share her diary. In doing so, we hope it will save young lives from drug overdose.
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The Life You Save Could Be Someone You Know.

Thank you for joining Victoria’s Voice Foundation and the Get. Give. Save. Movement. Your participation in this national movement will help save lives by spreading awareness of the lifesaving opioid overdose antidote naloxone.

To help you make the most of your participation, we have created a host of tools that you can use to spread the word through your social media pages. We will also assist you in obtaining naloxone in your area, possibly for free or at a discount. Simply fill out the form below to get started.

Saturday, November 11 – 6:00 pm

Black Tie

Please join us for an exclusive event hosted by one of our generous donors at a luxurious estate in Palm Island, Florida. The evening’s program includes a lavish cocktail reception and chef-curated dinner, one-of-a kind auction items, and an unforgettable performance by the Godmother of Soul, Patti LaBelle. Victoria’s Voice Foundation will also be honoring a special celebrity guest with our Hero Award, for their lifetime commitment to resiliency throughout the ongoing drug crisis in our country.

Seating is extremely limited.

TAKING BOLD STEPS TO

Prevent Addiction and Save Lives

Victoria’s Voice was born from the tragic loss of David and Jackie Siegel’s daughter Victoria 8 years ago. They believe that by her death, thousands will be saved.

Save a life, TODAY.

Victoria Siegel died from a drug overdose on June 6, 2015, at just 18 years old. She was one of 129 Americans who lost their lives to a drug overdose that same day.

Since then, a staggering number of families across the United States have lost a loved one to overdose. In fact, nearly 300 people die from a drug overdose every single day in this country. This needs to change.

Help us save lives by supporting our mission to advance initiatives, achieve policy changes, amplify education, assure critical resources and applaud like-minded organizations to address drug abuse in order to save lives.

Follow Our Journey

The Siegels Missed the Signs.

Although they cannot change their own story of loss, they developed the free Vital Signs program for parents and caregivers to save other families from experiencing a similar tragedy.

Vital Signs provides insights, education, and lifesaving solutions for parents trying to navigate their children safely through adolescence today.

  • Learn to recognize the signs that your child may be at risk of drug use
  • Harness your power to prevent or address drug use in your family
  • Utilize conversation starters to open the door to critical discussions with your child
  • Access toolkits and recommended resources

Her words from beyond the grave.

“Our daughter’s wish was to share her diary. In doing so, we hope it will save young lives from drug overdose.” – David & Jackie Siegel
This book could save your child’s life.

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If you live in Florida, request your free naloxone today.

We Can Save Lives Together.