RESOURCES FOR ONGOING & FAMILY SUPPORT ON THE SOUTH SHORE
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To join anonymous, online message board. Peer support for families affected by drug addiction. Meetings begin at 7 pm and are led by other parents and young people in recovery from opiate and heroin addiction.
First & Third Thursday of each month in Norwell – South Shore Medical Center, Administrative Building, 141 Longwater Drive. Enter on the left side of the building, through the Blue entrance to the Cafe.
Mondays in Brockton – Independence Academy the Recovery High School, 460 Belmont Street. Entrance to the school is at the far back of the building.
Tuesdays at 7:00 pm in Quincy – Eastern Nazarene College, 180 Old Colony Ave. Use main entrance and follow signs.
12 -Step peer support programs for addiction to alcohol or drugs. Check websites for local meetings.
AWAKENING RECOVERY YOGA
Once-a-month “AWOL” workshop, one Sunday per month, from 3:00-5:00 pm.
Mindfulness-based recovery series.
130 King Street, MaryLous Plaza on Route 3A in Cohasset.
$25 in advance. Next group starts in October 2013.
Please check their website for schedule.
RECOVERY HIGH SCHOOL – INDEPENDENCE ACADEMY
460-R Belmont Street Brockton, MA
Phone: 508 510-4091
Anthony Castaldi, Intake Coordinator, email@example.com
Ryan Morgan, Principal, firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE Recovery High School for students who struggle with issues related to substance use and addiction and who wish to get their high school diploma.
OPIOID OVERDOSE PREVENTION
Nasal Narcan is saving lives by reversing opioid overdoses. To obtain free nasal Narcan and learn how you can save the life of a family member of friend, contact:
Manet Community Health Centers
(In Quincy, Weymouth and Hull)
Warren Nicoli 857-403-0803
The Massachusetts Information & Education
helpline for a list of Narcan sites: 1 800 327-5050
OUTPATIENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES
Norwell, (800) 222-2237
Adolescent Structured Outpatient Addiction Program (SOAP): M-F, 4:30-7:00pm
BAY STATE COMMUNITY SERVICES
Quincy (617) 471-8400
Intensive Recovery Program: M/W/F 3-5:00 pm for four weeks
Katie Clark, Intake Coordinator
CARON TREATMENT CENTER
Norwell (781) 878-7111
Dan Lynch, Regional VP, Caron Boston (office is in Norwell)
Specialist in Addiction Interventions and Recovery Management
Boston (857) 218-4316
LYNCH WELLNESS & RECOVERY FOUNDATION
Norwell, Dan Lynch, President (781) 878-8909
INPATIENT PROGRAMS FOR ADOLESCENTS
MASS GENERAL ARMS
Boston (617) 643-4699
Addiction Recovery Management Service, Community-Based Inpatient Programs for Adolescents
ADOLESCENT DETOX AND STABILIZATION
Average Two-Week stay, THE CASTLE, Brockton (508) 638-6000, MYR, Worcester (508) 860-1244
RESIDENTIAL AND REHAB PROGRAMS
Average 90-Day Stay, Contact YOUTH CENTRAL INTAKE of Substance Abuse Services (617) 661-3991, Institute for Health and Recovery to access adolescent residential and rehab programs
SCHOOL COUNSELING SUPPORT
Director of Counseling for Scituate Public Schools
(781) 545-8750 x370
STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SAP)
The SAP team is made up of members of the school staff who are trained to help students and parents access school and community services. The goal of the SAP team is to help parents and students find services and assistance within the school and, if needed, in the community. This team does not diagnose, treat, or refer children for treatment.Anyone can refer a student to the Student Assistance Program. Some students are referred by teachers and other school personnel. Any school staff member, a student’s friend or family member can let the SAP team know that they are worried about someone. The students themselves can even go directly to the SAP team to ask for help.
Scituate High School
Adjustment Counselor and Student Assistance Program Coordinator
(781) 545-8750 x102
Student Support Group
Gates Intermediate School
(781) 545- 8760
LICSW, School Adjustment Counselor, ext.208
Student Support Group
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