Led by the Chelsea Police Department, the Hub model is a crime prevention, interventionist approach to community safety and well-being. It allows police departments to connect with human service providers from multiple sectors to collaborate around the improvement of individual and family outcomes. The Hub model has also been implemented in Jamaica Plain, East Boston, […]
PAARI is pleased to welcome law enforcement leaders from around the country for our second annual National Law Enforcement Summit, taking place tomorrow and Friday at the Harvard University Medical School Conference Center in Boston, Massachusetts. The sold-out event will bring together more than 400 law enforcement leaders to discuss strategies to address opioid addiction […]
We were so honored to celebrate the contributions and service of our 22 AmeriCorps members at last week’s graduation ceremony. These 22 dedicated individuals served 55 law enforcement agencies throughout Massachusetts and helped 4,245 unique individuals affected by substance use disorders. We are so proud of all their efforts and excited to see the amazing […]
Recovery Coach Jackie Tayabji, Program Coordinator Margie Taylor, Chief Kent, Capt. Greg Skehan and Officer Robert Aloisi were presented with the P.A.A.R.I AmeriCorps Excellence Award yesterday at the graduation ceremony for the first group of AmeriCorps members embedded with eastern Massachusetts police departments to support their opioid recovery efforts.
PRESS RELEASE Press Conference on September 5th at 10am at Milton Police Department Contact: Chief John King at 617-898-4808 or MSAPC Director Laurie Stillman at 617-721-1662 Date: For immediate release LAUNCH OF MILTON CARES OVERDOSE RESPONSE TEAM Milton, MA. Coinciding with National Recovery Month, the Milton Police Department and the Milton Substance Abuse Prevention […]
Last year, the Anne Arundel County Police and Fire Departments, as well as the Annapolis Police and Fire Departments have joined together in a local effort to combat a nationwide problem by opening the doors of their combined 38 stations as drop-in centers for individuals seeking help recovering from opioid addiction. “Safe Stations” is modeled […]