Acting Director Baum, state and local leaders will talk about new law enforcement efforts to get people with addictive disorders the help they need
In an article titled, “State’s fishing fleet confronts an opioid problem,” the Boston Globe highlights the Gloucester fishing industry’s push to be better equipped to handle the nation’s opioid epidemic.
Below is a letter from a real participant in the Scarborough, Maine Operation HOPE initiative. Since inception, Operation HOPE has placed more than 240 people directly into treatment.
Approximately 40 fishermen attended a course Friday, which included a segment where they learned how to recognize and respond to an opioid overdose, including how to administer nasal Narcan. The training is part of a larger partnership between P.A.A.R.I. and Gloucester’s fishing community aimed at raising awareness on opioid addiction and providing vital nasal naloxone […]
The City of Gloucester and P.A.A.R.I. will offer CPR, first aid and nasal naloxone training to commercial fisherman tomorrow morning.
WASHINGTON — The Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.) is pleased to announce that Co-founder and Chairman John Rosenthal and Executive Director Allie Hunter McDade led a contingent of law enforcement leaders on a trip to Washington, D.C. this morning to participate in a roundtable discussion with six U.S. Senators about the importance of continued affordable access to treatment for those suffering from a substance use disorder.