The National Pain Pill Memorial is a memorial dedicated to those we have lost to the pain pill and opioid epidemic which is sweeping throughout the nation. While it may be painful to share, your story can act as a monument where others can learn first hand the truth of what is happening and who is being lost. Your story not only establishes the reality of what is happening, but can also serve to help others who are in need. You never know how your story may impact the life of another; or even help to save the life of another.
Please be detailed as you fill in the below information. Or staff reviews each and every submission with care and will ensure any publication to the National Registry is handled properly.
Please enter your First and Last name. This is private and will not be shared with the public.
Please enter your EMail in case we need to get in touch with you. This is private and will not be shared with the public.
Please enter the Victim's full name.
Please enter your relationship to the Victim (e.g. parent, sibling, friend)
Please tell us where the Victim lived (City, State).
Please enter the Birth Date of the Victim (MM/DD/YYYY).
Please enter the date when the Victim Died (MM/DD/YYYY).
Please enter the Short Description for the Victim's cause of death (e.g. “heroin overdose” or “suicide while on oxy”).
Tell the story of the Victim (up to 2000 characters)
Please include a photo of the Victim (not to exceed more than 500 x 500 in size). While we do not require this, we highly recommend it as the registry is designed to show a photo of the victim. A photo will have a significant impact on those reviewing the registry. NOTE: Only provide living/happy/memorable photos of the victims!
Dr. Greenberg has been practicing medicine since 1980 and has dedicated much of his career to public health issues. He holds degrees from the University of California at Berkeley, the University of California Medical School at Davis, and the University of Arizona at Tucson. Dr. Greenberg is an addiction medicine specialist, is certified with the American Board of Addiction Medicine and is a long standing member of the American Academy of Pain Medicine and the National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators. Dr. Greenberg regularly works as a consultant for the US Attorney’s Office, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and has worked for the FBI. He currently maintains a private practice caring for patients with addiction issues.