Report and Request FREE Naloxone Here



My beautiful daughter Ashley died from her addiction to Xanax and oxyContin.
She was struggling in school taking exams and her boyfriend introduced her to pain meds. She got addicted and it was the end of my daughters life. I never noticed anything because she functioned on a daily basis. Until she started getting into car accident after car accident and finally was arrested. I knew she needed rehab. She came home from rehab after 3 weeks, relapsed and died. I was not knowledgeable enough to have Narcan in my home or even knowing CPR. She was on life support for 4 days and I had to make the decision to let her go. It was the hardest thing I had to do in my life. Seeing your child die in front of you I wouldn’t wish upon anyone.
She went to visit Jesus on May 2, 2019.

Did you recently lose someone to SUD?

Please accept our condolences and use this community space as a way to memorialize their story.

Scroll to Top
Receive the latest news

Subscribe To Our Newsletter


Share Their Story

Share their story to commemorate their life and acknowledge their journey.

Please share your personal story, remembrance, or LIFELINE message of hope and support.
You can create a custom summary with up to 55 words for your Remembrance to be displayed in the main Remembrance page. Otherwise, the site will display the first 55 words of your text.
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
We recommend pictures in landscape orientation with at least 720px wide.
Tell us how you would like us to attribute the message. Example: Use your first and last name, your first name only, anonymous.