Amy Davis misplaced her son Isaiah to an unintended drug overdose simply earlier than Mom’s Day final 12 months.
Now, it is just some days after what would have been his twenty third birthday.
To rejoice Amy is gifting the tri-state with a brand new non-profit, connecting drug addicts with psychological well being counselors and remedy applications.
“He cherished individuals and cherished to assist and to have the ability to see this to show into a possibility to coach,” Davis mentioned. “As a result of I used to be ignorant to the rise in fentanyl on this space.”
By her facet each step of the best way for the launch, her husband and Isaiah’s step-father Andy Sofa.
“The hope is one other household will not must endure the tragedy and heartache our household did,” Sofa mentioned.
They’re even paying out of their very own pockets to assist with charges, however are asking the group for donations.
And whereas they’re completely satisfied to assist these in want — the lack of Isaiah nonetheless haunts them
“It is tragedy that God, has redeemed,” Amy Davis mentioned.
Amy and Andy plan to have a sales space out with extra info on their new non-profit at Madisonville Metropolis Park this weekend through the vacation festivities.
They’re additionally reserving talking alternatives with faculties, companies, church buildings and civic organiations with the aim of placing a lightweight on this epidemic.
These needing assist can name: 270-875-9899.