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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!

Get your FREE toolkit. 

That’s right, the toolkits are FREE. In honor of Victoria Siegels’ 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.

  • 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:

  • Family Toolkit
  • Corporate Toolkit
  • Influencer Toolkit
  • Media Toolkit

Simply fill out the form below to receive your toolkit.

Which toolkit are you interested in?


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Purchase Naloxone today!

Victoria’s Voice has proudly partnered with InnovaScript to fulfill your naloxone purchase requests. Whose life will you save?


What is Victoria’s Voice Foundation?

Visit our website to learn more about our mission and our signature resources:


  • FREE Vital Signs education program, providing lifesaving education and solutions for parents
  • School speaker program
  • Community speaker program
  • FREE video programming for life skills and drug prevention
  • Victoria’s Voice, the powerful story of 18-year-old Victoria Siegel

Get. GIVE. Save. 

You can help ensure that our toolkits and education programs remain free. Your donation is your superpower. Whose life will you save?

Victoria’s Voice Foundation is not in any way promoting the use of any medication or substance, but only providing information on safe methods if an individual decides to utilize certain substances.