On Thursday, April 5, Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative Executive Director Allie Hunter McDade and Board Member Gil Kerlikowske joined the Seattle Police Department to announce that it received a donation from P.A.A.R.I. to expand its lifesaving nasal naloxone program.
The following is a press release from the Cambridge Police Department: Monday, April 9, 2018 Commissioner Branville G. Bard, Jr. is pleased to announce that Jared Stanley has joined the Cambridge Police Department as its new part-time Recovery Coach. Stanley joined the Cambridge Police Department through an AmeriCorps grant from the Police Assisted Addiction and […]
The Seattle Police Department is holding a news conference with the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (PAARI) to announce a donation aimed at furthering the life-saving success of SPD’s Naloxone program.
The Berea and Olmsted Township Police Departments, in conjunction with the Safe Passages agencies in Greater Cleveland, are inviting you to meet with Allie Hunter McDade, the Executive Director of the Police Assisted Addiction Recovery Initiative (PAARI).
Today marks the launch of our Recovery Coach program with the Essex County Sheriff’s Department. The risk of opioid overdose death following incarceration is 56 times higher than for the general public and the first month is someone is released is when they are most at risk for fatal overdose. Contributing factors are social isolation […]
One of P.A.A.R.I.’s law enforcement partners, the Berea Police Department in Ohio, was featured in an article earlier this year for the great work they do to help people get into treatment programs. Patrolman Dave Kammerman is one of the officers assisting people through the department’s Safe Passages program and says that it has changed […]