Alexander Neville Foundation

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Talks/presentations for all ages on social media issues, current state of the drug crisis and how it’s impacting our youth, naloxone training

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Come Back Home

A film by Dominic Tierno & Christine Wood

View the new documentary film that delves into the lives of younger people who survived the loss of their loved ones to fentanyl.

Like the previous film, Dead on Arrival, this film is a trek through the ever-growing illicit drug industry that is re-shaping American life, destroying people, and changing history.

If you need help or want to help, ANF will answer your message as soon as possible.

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Social Media Harms Awareness Month

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dead on arrival

a short film public service announcement by Dominic Tierno and Christine Wood

“Dead on Arrival” is a short film about fentanyl’s deadly role in the U.S. illicit drug market.

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Best Practices to Rid Social Media of Drug Trafficking

The Commission offers these recommendations for voluntary implementation or possibly new legislation to protect our children.

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Snapchat / Fentanyl Lawsuit

The Snapchat fentanyl lawsuit represents the families of more than 50 teenagers and young adults who overdosed on fentanyl they accessed through Snapchat. Young people with their whole lives in front of them, the victims were led to believe they were buying prescription medications from dealers they met on Snapchat before dying from fentanyl poisoning.

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Peer-to-Peer Youth Outreach

You don’t have to have all the answers, you just have to be willing to share what you know.

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Educate Your Community

Since losing Alexander, I have dedicated my life to educating and spreading awareness of the dangers that killed him. If you know me already or have seen my work, you know that I cannot say enough about the pain of losing my baby, but this is bigger than one fourteen-year-old. So many more adolescents and people of all ages are having their lives cut short through no fault of their own.

It is my mission to bring light to this issue and advocate for changes. In the last year, I have met with students, school counselors, school boards, PTAs, Scout troops, DEA agents, prosecutors, every county sheriff in Southern California, State and Federal politicians, and many more people to share and learn what WE can do to help. This is a difficult hill to climb, but I know that our efforts are helping.

If you would like me to speak or consult at your organization, please reach out to me. I am open to any chance to share what I know. Thank you for taking the time to be here.

~Amy Neville

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