Fighting Fentanyl


We are a non-profit organization comprised of bereaved families devoted to education, public awareness and the prevention of  illicit fentanyl poisonings. Our Facebook discussion group provides a safe space for bereaved family members to gather and provide one another with the support and strength they need to face another day after the unthinkable and sudden losses of loved ones to illicit fentanyl poisonings, to discuss current state and federal policies and actions which are directly impacting this illicit fentanyl crisis and to push for working solutions that will save lives.


4  Them We Fight is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization started in Ohio by four mother's who lost their children to Fentanyl poisoning.  Our mission is to continue to support families and communities that are impacted by the Fentanyl Poisioning crisis.  Our organization is committed to driving awareness, education and prevention surrounding the Fentanyl poisoning and drug induced homicides in Ohio.  We have also created the Billboard Project which provides a way for grieving parents to be able to afford billboards committed to Fentanyl Poisoning Awareness and Prevention.  We have billboards up across the nation that will honor our lost children and loved ones as well as bring awareness to the public.


Mission Statement: To combat the deadly fentanyl/opiate poisoning death epidemic ravaging our Country. Our grass root approach of awareness, education, and hands-on interaction with family members who have lost a loved one.


We Are The Voice Of Those Who Cannot Speak For Themselves.

Support our mission to:

  • Introduce Drug Induced Homicide legislation to States that do not currently have this statute.

  • Raise awareness about the effectiveness of criminal investigation and prosecution in reducing deaths related to suspected drug toxicity.

  • Support families of victims who were unlawfully delivered a controlled substance resulting in their death.


FACING FENTANYL ™ is a not-for-profit assembly of grassroots illicit fentanyl awareness groups. We are affected families that have built organizations that address the impact of the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl and the changing drug landscape. Together we warn the public about the dangers of illicit fentanyl. We speak for victims of illicit fentanyl poisoning and have been pleading for a whole government response to address this deadly poison. As the death toll rises and more families grieve, advocates and affected family members are taking initiative to bring forth a NATIONAL FENTANYL PREVENTION AND AWARENESS DAY™. We ask that all of you FACE FENTANYL NOW.

V.O.I.D. Victims of Illicit Drugs

VOID was formed to bring to the public’s attention, through education, awareness and legislative advocacy, the immediate danger of sudden death associated with the use of illicit drugs, in particular FENTANYL, and other emerging synthetic analogs. This will be accomplished through the creation of a network of private, state and national governmental organizations, working together, to provide knowledge, preventive tools, and proposed legislation necessary to reduce the number of deaths occurring through this ever-increasing scourge confronting our society. We will speak on behalf of our loved ones, who can no longer speak for themselves.


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