On 23 June 2020 Alexander Neville died from a Fentanyl overdose. This organization has been established on his behalf to help teens like him.
The loss of Alexander has triggered a grief in us that will never heal. The hundreds of friends and family members who mourn Alex showed up and gave to this foundation so that we can help you or someone you love.
We need to teach each other
There are dozens of “had I known” thoughts in our heads: “Had I known about Fentanyl…”, “Had I known someone…”, “Had I known this could happen…”
The solution is to make sure that everyone knows.
We are committed to spreading information to teens and parents. It is our hope that we can convey our story, teach others about the likelihood of overdose, and perhaps build a better system for educating each other about opioids.
We need to help each other
ANF would like to reach all teens who are susceptible to these issues. Depression, anxiety, ADD, ADHD, and/or self-medication are very common in our culture and especially among teens.
We are committed to providing assistance to teens. Many of our initiatives are in the conceptual phase right now. For example, we are considering Narcan programs, hotlines, scholarships, and more.
You can be part of this too. Please contact us if you would like to volunteer, partner, or donate.
I want to be involved
Contact us and we will get back to you as quickly as possible