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About Us


Someone's Child is a non profit organization that is dedicated to bringing awareness to the subject of substance abuse and to providing support to those whose lives have been affected by addiction and overdose. We originally started out as a simple facebook memorial page dedicated to my daughter Mandi who passed away in 2014 from an accidental overdose. Mandi struggled with addiction for over 10 years, and during those 10 years, we struggled along with her, watching helplessly as her addiction slowly sucked the life and laughter out of her. Even though Mandi had her own struggles with substance abuse, she still warned others of the dangers of drugs and how easy it was to become addicted. Mandi did not want anyone to go through what she had been through and her dream was to achieve long-term recovery and then help others who were also struggling. We are just trying to finish what she started.

If you are suffering from addiction, or if you have a loved one suffering from addiction, you don't have to worry about being judged on this page. With this page, I hope to offer words of encouragement and inspiration as well as providing information and awareness to the drug epidemic in our local area as well as across the U.S.. Please feel free to post your own words of encouragement and inspiration as well as your own stories! I am not a doctor, counselor or a therapist. I'm just a mom who loves and misses her daughter and who hopes that someone can be inspired by her story. Every addict is someone's child...
PLEASE NOTE: This page does not provide medical or legal advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services to you or to any other individual. Through this site and links to other sites, Someone's Child provides general information for inspiration, encouragement and educational purposes only. The information provided in this site, or through links to other sites, is not a substitute for legal, medical or professional care, and you should not use the information in place of a visit, call or the advice of your lawyer, physician or other healthcare provider. If you are in need of medical attention, please contact your physician or call 911.


Mission Statement

Our goal is to promote education and awareness about the dangers of drug abuse and provide support to the families that have been affected by it.
Every Addict Is Someone's Child