Becky Savage RN MSN
Mom, Author and Motivational Speaker who is passionate about saving lives through Primary Prevention.
About the Author
Promoting Prevention through Education and Awareness!
Becky is the mother of Nick and Jack and the Co-Founder of the 525 Foundation. She is a Nurse Educator, and a sought after National speaker educating teens, parents, first responders and school officials on the dangers of prescription drug misuse. Becky is passionate about Primary Prevention through outreach, education and support. She has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Ball State University and a Masters in Nursing Education from Bethel University. Becky and her husband Mike love spending time at Donnell Lake, MI with their two adult sons, Justin and Matt. When Becky is not out on the lake or at home in Granger, Indiana, she can be found at an ice rink somewhere around South Bend, or chasing her CRAZY dogs Tucker, Cash, Sadie and Josie Mae.
Becky Savages' New Release
About the book.....
When you are a teenager you don't think that one choice can end it all. But it can. It was graduation season and like most teens, we were looking forward to celebrating with our friends. We knew it was the end of one chapter and the beginning of another. Some of us were heading off to college. Others were moving away.
Sitting around reminiscing and laughing, someone pulled out a bottle of pills. We didn't think much of it. In a brief moment, we made one choice that we can never take back. How were we to know this would be our last night- our last chapter? We are here to tell you that one choice, your choice matters.
Here is our story....
“To tell this story from Nick and Jack's perspective and close in her voice will leave your heart broken and your eyes full of tears also knowing there is hope and education is a powerful tool for prevention. ”
"Primary Prevention is key, and if we can save just one life by telling Nick and Jack's story than the pain of writing their story was worth it"
“This is a MUST read for every high school student! Read the book, then have those conversations.”