The City of Everett is concerned about the rising level of opioid overdoses. Thus, why the City of Everett is partnering up with many groups to help alleviate this issue. All partnerships are designed to dedicate and provide comprehensive education, navigation, and support to individuals and their families combating opioid use and addiction.
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Everett Fire Department
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Everett Health Department
484 Broadway, Room 20
Everett, MA 02149
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Supportive and Helpful Resources
Learn2Cope offers education, resources, peer support and hope for parents and families coping with a loved one, who suffers from substance user disorder.
For more info, please check out the Learn2Cope Website
CHA-SMART Recovery: Self Management & Recovery Training:
A recovery group is held every Tuesdays from 6 – 7 p.m. at the CHA Everett Care Center (391 Broadway, Suite 2014, Everett). The main contact is Ellie Joseph-Senatus. You can reach her at 617-843-0849, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Eliot Community Human Health Services:
A service responding to the needs and diversity of the individuals they serve by providing comprehensive services that are individualized, accessible, educational, and strengths-based, as well as delivering high quality, evidence-based programming valuing, enriching and partnering with staff, clients and communities. Their office is located at 173 Chelsea St, Everett, and you can reach them by calling 781-388-6200.
Grasp Group: A Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing:
The main contact is Carol Scalesse, and you can reach her in the following ways: 857-207-1392, Scalesse@msn.com, or visit the Grasp website at http://grasphelp.org/
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