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If it's your first time to our site and you are not familiar with who we are and what we are all about, feel free to take a look around! For starters, Live4Lali, Inc. is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization and was founded in January of 2009 by "Lali" AKA Alex Laliberte's sister, Chelsea Laliberte, and his parents, Jody Daitchman and Gary Laliberte.

Our mission:
From its inception, Live4Lali's main focus is to create awareness regarding drugs, drug use/misuse, substance use disorder (commonly known as "addiction") and overdose prevention. We are also committed to the following initiatives:


  • Partnering with Lake County communities to deliver customizable learning opportunities regarding drug misuse, addiction and its effect on families/loved ones, and opioids (heroin and rx pain pills) and overdose prevention. 

  • Speaking at local, state and national events on prevention, awareness and as impacted individuals. 

  • Providing Overdose Education and Naloxone Distribution (OEND) at various Lake County locations. 
Visit our education and trainings page for details on our programs!

     Community Collaboration
  • Working with local youth nonprofit groups to fund activity scholarship programs for underprivileged youths.

  • Community-wide implementation of comprehensive opioid awareness and overdose prevention strategies

  • Co-developers of Lake County's Opioid Abuse and Overdose Prevention Initiative, spearheaded the office of Lake County State's Attorney Michael G. Nerheim. 

  • Collaborating with other nonprofit groups in the area to continue the mission at hand: Lake County and the Chicagoland area’s awareness of drugs, drug misuse, harm reduction and overdose prevention

Our take on substance use disorder:
We live in an age where substance use, misuse or related disorders effects most families across the country. Many people suffer from the disease of addiction or are unknowingly on that path and want help, but may feel scared and alone, untrustworthy or unaware. Many families and friends of users may not know of their condition, are in denial or don't know how to deal with the problem. Through our experiences with our struggling loved one(s), we will stop at nothing to see our world enlightened and its citizens guided to a better way of life.

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Our Alex:
We were founded in memory of Alex N. Laliberte who tragically passed away on December 15, 2008 at 20 years old from an opiate (including heroin) overdose. He is one of thousands of overdose casualties during a prevalent time in America's history of drugs - the resurgence of heroin and its attack on our youths in addition to the rise of opiate rx pain medication abuse on a national level. The new face of heroin/opiates looks exactly like you. These drugs do not discriminate based on age, race, creed, gender or class of any kind. 

Alex's time was cut short but his memory will always live on. We hope to do that through helping others as he did in his life. To learn more about Alex and his impacting story, click here

Thanks for stopping by! Keep on Living for Lali!

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