IN 2020, THERE WERE OVER

81,000

LETHAL DRUG DEATHS IN THE UNITED STATES

WE ARE APPALLED

Our mission is to empower and engage the general public in working toward change, raising awareness and collaborating efforts to combat the synthetic drug epidemic.


WHO WE ARE

APALD- Association of People Against Lethal Drugs is a grassroots movement that encourages awareness and change related to illicit drugs that are pouring into America at a rate of 300+ lives lost a day. A whole generation is being wiped out by illicit lethal drugs that are flowing through our unmonitored borders, US mail, social media, and the internet. Our group encourages awareness and legislative changes related to drug trafficking and drug induced deaths which have resulted from lethal poisoning from synthetics such as Fentanyl and Carfentanil.

APALD consists of a private and public Facebook page with 40 state chapters. This action toward raising awareness and forcing legislative change is made to State Congressmen/Congresswomen, Senators & Governors, and other lawmakers in attempts to make necessary change. Our association wants to provide the support and guidance to its members that will foster a team approach in working toward change, education, and awareness so others do not have to go through what we have endured of losing a loved one to this huge drug epidemic.

Objectives of APALD

The objectives of APALD are to:

  • Provide support to families grieving the loss of a loved one to drug induced homicide and other drug related deaths
  • To empower its members to fight for legislative change that holds drug trafficking and drug dealers legally accountable for death resulting in dealing illicit drugs
  • To empower and support its members in bringing awareness to the general public, of the astounding numbers of children being murdered by illicit drug poisoning through Fentanyl, Carfentanil, and other synthetics
  • To foster an environment that will encourage its members to educate and support the general public, as it relates to stigma and lack of understanding of the disease of addiction

Loved Ones Lost to Lethal Drugs

Michael
Justin
Biello

1/4/89
to
3/23/20

Forever 31

Jordan
Scott
Garmatter

5/03/93
to
4/06/19

Forever 24

Mckenzie
Faith
Vail

11/2/00
to
5/31/20

Forever 19

Kyle
Shane
Sexton

11/29/03
to
07/14/20

Forever 16

Alexia
Rian
Scott

6/5/02
to
04/12/20

Forever 17

Anthony
Joseph
Stusek

11/16/93
to
3/12/20

Forever 26

Christina
Marie
Gribbin

4/14/95
to
6/11/20

Forever 25


APALD LLC.