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.
Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative Executive Director Allie Hunter McDade and Board Member Gil Kerlikowske were on hand today as the Seattle Police Department announced it had received a donation from P.A.A.R.I. to expand its lifesaving nasal naloxone program.
In an editorial published by the New York Times on Sept. 30, P.A.A.R.I. is featured as one of the eight steps that should be taken to combat opioid addiction.
The Nashville, North Carolina Police Department’s HOPE Initiative was featured in a video segment on CNN yesterday.
P.A.A.R.I. Executive Director Allie Hunter McDade was in Plymouth Tuesday morning for the first-ever joint meeting of Plymouth County Outreach.
In a four-part segment, WCVB Channel 5’s Chronicle featured the Gloucester Angel Initiative and how it has grown over the last two years. The program detailed the background of the Angel Initiative and how the City of Gloucester has been hit particularly hard by the opioid epidemic. Steve Lesnikoski, the first participant in Gloucester’s ANGEL […]