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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 must 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.

Victoria’s Voice is building a national Get. Give. Save. Movement to spread awareness and improve access to lifesaving opioid overdose reversal medications like naloxone. While we bring this lifesaving messaging to media platforms nationwide, we need YOU to bring the Movement to your community!

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. That’s right, the kits are FREE.

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.

  • 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

Choose the kit or kits that best fit your needs:

  • Media
  • Influencer
  • Corporate
  • Family

Simply fill out the form to receive your toolkit.

Join the movement to access our FREE digital toolkits.

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VITAL SIGNS Parent Forum

Victoria’s Voice created the VITAL SIGNS Parent Forum program to support and enable drug-free coalitions and like-minded organizations to engage their local communities in VITAL SIGNS. Our goal is to empower communities with prevention education made more relevant and valuable through the participation of local leadership and families who can inform these discussions, share their experiences, and generate ongoing community-level support and learning.

Join us as we bring this exclusive opportunity to select cities across the country.


May 23, in Charlotte, North Carolina

Valerie C. Woodard Center
3205 Freedom Dr, Charlotte, NC 28208
Doors open at 6:00 PM