Good Fellowship Ambulance
in partnership with
Chester County Department
of Drug and Alcohol Services
in the use of Naloxone,
access to community resources and ability to assist in
TO KACIE'S CAUSE
Spreading the word locally and nationally
on Heroin use, creating awareness and lobbying
to have our current Heroin laws changed.
A site for
Parents, Family & Friends of those battling the disease
A blue ribbon is and forever more will be tied around the tree at our home in memory of Kacie Rumford, with a white rose placed in the center. If you know of someone, anyone who has died from a Heroin overdose, please tie a blue ribbon around a tree, signifying a beautiful life cut short.
ALWAYS 911 FIRST
If you see ANY signs and / or symptoms of a drug overdose in a friend or family member, CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY before taking any other action.
Ever since she was a little girl, Kacie Rumford’s dream was to make the world a better place for people to live. But she’ll never get that chance.
Kacie died on March 12th, 2013 in the bedroom of her parents’ house from a heroin overdose. She was 23 years old.