Please click here to look through our slideshow commemorating the first year of the P.A.A.R.I AmeriCorps program.
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 […]
A new in-depth feature in Yankee Magazine delves into how the national opioid crisis is having an especially acute effect on New England, and explores the work being done by P.A.A.R.I, the Gloucester Police Department and others to curtail the epidemic. The story looks beyond the numbers, focusing on the people on the front lines […]
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 […]
P.A.A.R.I Co-Founder and Co-Chairman John Rosenthal was among the leaders in the fight against the opioid crisis to join Gov. Charlie Baker and legislative leaders for the signing of major legislation on Tuesday. “It was an honor to join so many people in the commonwealth who are committed to overcoming the opioid crisis together through sustained […]
P.A.A.R.I. will honor the first class of AmeriCorps members to serve in the groundbreaking program that allowed them to serve as resources for police departments supporting recovery initiatives in their communities.