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Hear Alex's Story and join our fight against the illegal sale and use of fentanyl and other dangerous opioids.



On August 26th, 2022, around 2:30 PM, our lives were forever changed. This is the horrific moment that every parent has nightmares about. We had learned that our beautiful, ambitious, and fun-loving son, Alex, at age 19, passed away from a fentanyl overdose.  As our family started to grieve our tragic loss, we soon discovered that we were not alone, not even a little. 

Even though we were and still are deep and fresh into the loss of our firstborn child, and truly, still have days we don't believe he is really gone, we had an urgency inside of us that we had to do something and we had to do it NOW.  We realized that fentanyl is not just killing our youth "here and there" in stories secluded to the national news. No, this is happening, here on the West Coast, happening here in Oregon, happening here in Jackson County, happening here in Medford, and sadly happening here, in OUR family. 

Because of this, we have made a dedication to Alex, our children, and all of your children, to share our story.  By doing this, we are committed to working collectively with community partners, including police, and schools, and even fight legislation to increase awareness and prevention against the mass killings that fentanyl is responsible for.


Watch our dedication video created by

Alex's younger brother, Tommy



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It's easy to get lost in everyday routine. Work, school, hobbies, home responsibilities, etc.. We need to stop and open our eyes to the dangers that approach our kids. Not just at school or with their friends but also the dangers that lie in their phones and computers. 


Our mission at Alex's story is to educate them about these dangers and to help them keep their children safe from fentanyl and other dangerous drugs. We are also committed to educating our children in identifying the dangers of fentanyl.  


The Focus of Our Efforts


Partnering with Schools

As we await the finalization of creating our non-profit organization, Alex's Story, we have already begun to partner with our largest local school district, Medford School District, in Medford Oregon. We will focus on working with school resource officers to get in front of our students to share Alex's Story and the dangers of fentanyl.


We plan to branch out to all local school districts!


Save a Life

Alex's Story is dedicated to ensuring our kids and parents have full knowledge and easy access to an anonymous tip line for fentanyl and other drug-related tips. We have already started to partner with our local police department to work together to create a secure, no questions asked, tip line for our law enforcement officers to investigate illegal drug use or sales. 


Speak Up

Survivors who have fallen victim to this disgusting poison, fentanyl, are angry. Whether you are a loved one of a victim or perhaps you were lucky to survive an overdose and still have your life, we imagine you are enraged. WE ARE. It's time to fight back.


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We are 503(c) non-profit organization! Help us make a difference and join the fight against Fentanyl! Our EIN is 92-0654866, Registration with DOJ is 62467


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Thank you for your donation and joining the fight against fentanyl! 

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