BRAINTREE — Chief Mark Dubois and the Braintree Police Department wish to provide information and resources for anyone who may be struggling or in need of local assistance as a result of the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing.
*MEDIA ADVISORY* Randolph Police Officer Meets Woman for First Time After Helping Her through Substance Use Disorder 8 Years Ago
Chief William Pace announces that veteran Randolph Police Officer Stephen Morse had a surprise encounter today with a woman he helped eight years ago who was in the throes of addiction.
WOBURN — More than 250 leaders in public health, law enforcement and addiction recovery came together today for the 13th Annual Woburn District Court Heroin Education Awareness Task Force (H.E.A.T.) Conference.
Superintendent Lisha Cabral is pleased to share that Oliver Ames High School Principal Wes Paul and health teacher Justin Tienhaara will attend the Montana Summer Institute conference next week.
PLYMOUTH — Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.) Executive Director Allie Hunter is pleased to announce that P.A.A.R.I. has been awarded a $930,000 Integrative Behavioral Health grant by South Shore Health.
Chief George McNeil would like to announce that a monthly Opioid Crisis Intervention outreach meeting will be held in Somerset next week and will feature a special presenter from the Recovery Centers of America.
ROCHESTER — Coalition Coordinator Molly Martuscello is pleased to announce that Bridging The Gaps, Rochester’s Drug and Alcohol Prevention Coalition, is hosting “It Takes a Village: Community Talks,” an event focused on preventing substance use by youth in the city.