Aidan Sweet was a beautiful, intelligent, perceptive, compassionate young man. He was just seventeen when he died shortly after taking a sleep aid, not knowing it contained a lethal dose of fentanyl, a potent, odorless, flavorless opioid.

His mother, Margaret, founded ASIF in 2020 and joined with other parents striving to protect families from the devastation of fentanyl-laced, counterfeit prescriptions and medications. Her activism evolved into a broader imperative to cultivate support for those who help rebuild young lives disrupted by substance use disorder

Margaret’s fiercest wish is that Aidan still shared the world with her, but her next wish is that no one else will suffer as she and Aidan, and all those who love them, have.