Don't Miss the Signs
Vital Signs for Parents

Jackie and David Siegel will tell you they missed the signs of risk in Victoria and suffered the ultimate loss.

But as parents, we all know that we are doing the best that we can with the tools that we have. And kids don’t come with an instruction manual!

This is why Jackie and David established Victoria’s Voice Foundation, starting with our signature parent program, VITAL SIGNS. Given the devastating nature of the drug crisis, it is more important than ever to proactively support every parent navigating this new reality. No parent should have to suffer the loss of a child to drug overdose or fentanyl poisoning.

In Her Own WordsVictoria's Voice Diary

Victoria Siegel’s diary, written in her own hand and featuring her own artwork, is a gripping peek inside the mind of a sometimes happy, healthy teen and other times a teen dramatically influenced by drugs and alcohol. Victoria’s parents decided to share her heartbreaking story along with valuable prevention resources to inspire life-saving conversations between parents and kids.

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We invite you to start building your parenting toolkit today! Take advantage of our full range of resources to curate your personal parenting toolkit with the skills, knowledge, and strategies to best suit and serve you and your child at every stage of development.

VITAL SIGNS is designed to empower parents and caregivers with life-saving information and practical tools to help guide their children safely through adolescence today. The Siegels developed this program to empower other parents and caregivers to recognize and address the early signs of risk and drug use in their children. 

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We created the Vital Signs Parent Forum program to empower and mobilize communities throughout the U.S. with prevention education made more relevant through the participation of local leadership and families who are able to inform discussions, share their experiences, and generate ongoing community-level support.

Join us for a 2024 Vital Signs Parent Forum in your area!

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Victoria’s Voice is building a national movement to spread awareness and improve access to lifesaving opioid overdose reversal medications like naloxone. Join the Movement to access your FREE toolkit to spread awareness and save lives from opioid overdose and fentanyl poisoning in your community. The life you save may be someone you know.

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Get your FREE toolkit

That’s right, our prevention toolkits are FREE. In honor of Victoria Siegel’s life and legacy, we provide these toolkits at no charge to prevent other families from losing a loved one to opioid overdose or fentanyl poisoning.

We have designed a variety of toolkits to help you spread awareness within your community and through your social media. Each kit is packed with dozens of resources to fit your needs, such as:

  • How to recognize the signs of an opioid overdose
  • When and how to administer naloxone
  • Where to find naloxone
  • Social media tools
  • Posters and flyers
  • PSAs and looping videos
  • Ads and billboards
  • Graphics and logos

We have also teamed up with InnovaScript Pharmacy to enable you to ship naloxone directly to your home or place of business.

Order your naloxone today and join the Movement

Get Your FREE Toolkit Today!  

We have also teamed up with InnovaScript Pharmacy to enable you to ship naloxone directly to your home or place of business. Order your naloxone today and join the Movement!

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Jackie & David Siegel

David and Jackie Siegel’s world was forever changed when their 18-year-old daughter Victoria died of a drug overdose on June 6, 2015.

In the depths of their despair, David and Jackie dedicated themselves to understanding how this tragedy came to pass. And in doing so, they learned a great deal about the drug epidemic stealing young lives in our country.