A drug overdose took the life of Victoria Siegel on June 6, 2015, in her parents’ home near Orlando. She was 18.
Victoria was one of the 129 Americans to die from a drug overdose that day—and every day in 2015.
Every day, more than 3,600 kids under 18 try an illegal drug for the first time.1
An estimated 24.6 million Americans, age 12 or older, have used an illicit drug in the past month.2
The overdose death rate from opioid (painkillers) drugs has increased a staggering 200 percent since 2000.3
47,055 Americans died in 2014 from drug abuse, according to the Centers for Disease Control.4
Our singular mission is saving lives so we don’t lose our future generation to drug abuse and addiction.
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