Welcome to ROBBY’S VOICE
Our mission is to save lives by raising awareness about drug addiction. We arm parents, students and communities with the information to identify the warning signs of substance abuse and get access to the resources needed to LIVE a drug free life.
WKYC TV3 Has posted the student version of “OLD DRUG, NEW KILLER.”
Resources from the program may be found at www.wkyc.com/heroin
Dine & Donate to Support Robby's Voice
Invite Family, Friends and Neighbors to Lone Star Steakhouse in North Olmsted, Ohio on Friday May 31st through Saturday June 1st. Lone Star will donate 15% of full priced items back to Robby's Voice. The flyer below must be presented when you dine. We sincerely appreciate your support!
Please present when you dine at Lone Star.
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WE ARE PROUD TO SHARE OUR NEW PHOTO TRIBUTE TO ROBBY
Robby was an honest, enthusiastic, adventurous young man. He had an infectious laugh and the most mesmerizing blue eyes. Robby truly was a miracle of life that simply caught the disease of drug addiction. Robby was addicted to heroin. His struggles began with prescription pain pills but quickly led to heroin as it's cheaper and easier to access. His struggles ended sadly with a drug overdose on October 21, 2011.
Our lives have been forever changed. We have endured a pain that no one, especially a parent should have to endure. Robby lost his battle with drug addiction but left us with a mission to be his voice. ROBBY'S VOICE is our way not only to honor his beautiful life but to reach out to those that live with an addiction every day.
Will You Break the Silence
If you, a high school or college friend, or family member are dealing with an addiction, the time to break the silence is right now. Tell someone - a friend, a parent, a teacher or contact us. We'll work to find you the resources you need.
Breaking the silence is the first step in saving a life.
Making a Difference…
ROBBY’S VOICE would like to salutes those that make a difference in our communities.
MONICA ROBINS – Monica is the Senior Health Correspondent with WKYC TV3 in Cleveland. Monica spearheaded the recent special, “Old Drug, New Killer,” recently aired on WKYC. Monica’s commitment to this issue is significant, and her presentation of the facts surrounding this issue has opened many eyes. Monica “BROKE THE SILENCE” with this special and we hear there is more to come. Monica is a difference maker.
Join us in showing Monica our appreciation by liking her Facebook page!
We also want to recognize Jane Temple who did yeoman’s work in assisting Monica with this program. Jane was awesome!
May 13th; Olmsted Falls Middle School
May 14th; Olmsted Falls Middle School PTA
May 17th; Olmsted Falls High School
May 21st; Board Meeting
May 24th; Lia House
May 31st; Catalyst Life Services
May 31st; Lonestar Fund raiser
June 1st; Lonestar Fund raiser
June 5th; Brookpark Nar-Anon
June 10th; Cleveland Division OGA
June 24th; Toledo Division OGA
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