Our Mission

The LTM Foundation was born from the passion of family and friends who believe that by combining the power of community and education, we can meet our goal of preventing the deadly spread of heroin. We will fight to stop addiction before it starts and will provide support and resources for those who have been impacted - all in honor of Louis Theodore Miceli.

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A Letter from Louie's Mom
LTM Featured in National Safety Council Video
How You Can Help

LTM Support Group For Families Dealing with Addiction

Support Group

Addison Library, 4 Friendship Plaza, Addison, IL

Thu, Oct 08 - 6:30pm

This monthly support group is open to family and friends of those struggling with addiction. The event is led by Louie Zaino, a licensed clinical social worker with 40 years of experience and the President of LTM, Felicia Miceli Andonoplas. Join us to learn about enhancing coping skills, self care, education and additional resources.  The event is free and open to the public.

UNITE to Face Addiction

UNITE to Face Addiction Rally

Washington, DC

Sun, Oct 04 - 4:00pm

The UNITE to Face Addiction! Join Joe Walsh, Steven Tyler, Sheryl Crow and more on The Mall in Washington, DC as we come together to let our nation know that addiction is preventable and treatable, that far too many of those affected have been incarcerated, and that people can and do get well. Together we can help the 22 million Americans with addiction, stand up for the 23 million more in recovery, and urgently act to save the 350 lives lost every day.

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Overdose Awareness Day: Remembering Lives Lost and Preventing Future Deaths

Overdoes Awareness Day - 2015

WGN-TV - August 31, 2015 - Felicia Miceli lost her son Louie three years ago after his addiction to pain medication turned into a heroin addiction. He was out of rehab and six months clean when he died. "His system was clean, so you can't use the same amount you did previously, and he overdosed and passed in our house.. in his room, "Miceli said. "I think he just tried it one last time, and one last time was one last time." Read the entire article at WGN-TV.