...It’s the worst experience anyone could

go through — as if it’s not enough to lose your son but to have to tell your two children that they lost their brother.

- Geoff Soper, Clay's Dad

Help us bring this film to your kids' school and start conversations about this toxic party trend.

Parents have power. You can take action to educate your child and others about drug and alcohol misuse. Work with your school administrators, PTO or town coalition to bring this documentary to your community. This film will fit well into a classroom based curriculum at your child’s school or can stand alone as a presentation to teens, parents, and the greater community.


Our documentary is more than just a film and is intended to be used for interactive programs: a screening followed by a facilitated discussion. Included with the documentary, is a Facilitator’s Guide with helpful information on how to prepare for a showing, introduce the film, and lead a post viewing discussion.  We also provide a PDF and PowerPoint presentation with five key message points from the film.

PARENTS

OPTIONS FOR VIEWING

Streaming Program Kit:

Designed for Remote Learning and Online Presentations.

Includes on-line materials containing take away messaging and post viewing discussion and feedback.

DVD Program Kit:

Designed for use in classrooms and group assemblies.

Includes valuable information, materials and suggestions on how to organize and host a showing and post showing discussion panel. 

KEY MESSAGING:

FIVE THINGS THAT COULD SAVE YOU OR YOUR FRIEND'S LIFE:

  1. Understand the Risk of this toxic Mix.

  2. Accidents do not discriminate.

  3. Prescription drugs are not for recreational use.

  4. Your responsibility to act.

  5. The ripple effect and its impact.

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This film will save lives.

Help to educate your students about this toxic risk.

"This is the type of documentary that everyone should see. It was a normal night that went horribly wrong. Imagine if they had the information that we now have. Talking with students after the showing proved one thing to me about this topic; they are listening.”


— Wellness Teacher

Phone Number: 1-781-258-4055

Address: 233 Main Street  Winchester, MA. 01890

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© 2020 Clay Soper Memorial Fund

A Shaw and Nesson Production 2017

"If They Had Known" is a project of the Clay Soper Memorial Fund

The Clay Soper Memorial Fund is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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