Clay Soper Memorial Fund Documentary, Mixing Prescription Drugs (Xanax) With Alcohol, Accidental Death College Student Winchester, If They Had Known Documentary, Party Culture Risks Xanax Alcohol

...I am twenty years old and I never thought before the age of 21 I would give a eulogy for one of my best friends”

- Brian

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT OUR FILM

IN HIGH SCHOOLS AND ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES ACROSS THE COUNTRY, OUR FILM IS CREATING CHANGE AND HELPING TO SAVE LIVES

Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. ​

MA

Worcester

"This important film serves as a warning for young people about the potentially lethal consequences of mixing prescription drugs with alcohol. This is a must-watch documentary for all high school and college students. This could save your life."

Student - College of Charleston

NC

Charleston

"The film is very powerful. It really shows how precious life is, and raises awareness for college students to be more careful when partying. A lot of people tend to hear stories like this after it's too late. Showing this film can influence teens to change their habits."

Student - College of the Holy Cross

MA

Worcester

“ Because of your documentary this has been a topic in and out of school — especially at parties.”
“This movie has shown me the harmful affects of what we think of today is a normal activity at a party ”

Student - Merrimack College

MA

North Andover

“My biggest take away from this is the fact that such a "minor" thing that I see every weekend can actually kill someone and flip their loved ones world upside down. Awareness is needed.” 

Fairfield University

CT

Fairfield

“ ...this film changed lives on our campus. Through multiple showings in various venues, students across campus learned about the hazards of mixing prescription pills with alcohol in a non-judgmental way. We are forever grateful for being able to raise awareness and reduce stigma about this sensitive topic on our college campus....”