We are not alone

Helping connect families to the information, resources, and activism they need when dealing with the disease of addiction, with the death of an addict, and when dealing with the horrific growing number of parents who lost their child to fentanyl poisoning.

Focused on harms to youth: #ItsNotJustPot - #OnePillCanKill - #JustSayKNOW - as these harms killed Michelle & Jeff Leopold's forever 18 year old son, Trevor Leopold. May this activism help save other lives - and prevent other families from feeling the Leopold family's pain.

NEED NARCAN (Naloxone)?

Google "Free Narcan Near Me" 

or visit my friend Dr. Roneet Lev's website for a free prescription for Naloxone or Gloxxado: - High Truths Podcast Website - Naloxone Rx

(insurance co-pay will apply, usually $0-$40.)

Narcan is generally around $120 per 2-dose box.

COMING SOON: Over the Counter Narcan - recently approved for OTC by the FDA.


Get involved in the NEW 

ODFreeMarin Action Teams

Learn more and sign up here

Michelle is grateful to serve on the 

Steering Committee of OD Free Marin


Learn why Michelle and friends started the grassroots group Marin4PublicHealth.com

Or scan the QR code to go to our 

website for Marin Residents

for Public Health Cannabis Policies

Michelle organized SIX Events in the SF Bay Area, 

between Fentanyl Prevention & Awareness Day 8/21/22 

and International Overdose Awareness Day 8/31/22, 

Raising Awareness and distributing almost 100 boxes of Narcan

to newly trained first-responders in our community.

Details and links to media coverage: IOAD22 and Fentanyl 8/21/22 


Measure K was soundly defeated on the November ballot. Sausalito Locals and Marin Residents for Public Health Cannabis Policies, prevented the monopoly on the ballot from taking away local control and stopped Big Cannabis-friendly laws that couldn't be changed without another ballot initiative. 

Learn more why Sausalito needed to VoteNoToK:


NEW - Tweeting for Activists

Visit our new webpage here - & more coming soon!

Please watch the video from 3/29/22, as Marin Students spoke out at this

important student-led webinar about the fentanyl crisis. 


Learn more:





For help, connect with michelle@wearenotalone.community

and join our Facebook We Are Not Alone Community