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What is SAPC?
The Substance Abuse Prevention Collaborative (SAPC) is a grant program that works to prevent underage drinking and other drug use across Massachusetts. The Department of Public Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse Services (BSAS) funds local communities across the state to use proven-effective strategies to reduce substance use among high-school aged youth.
Our mission is to prevent and reduce youth substance use and promote health and well-being, with a lens towards equity, in the communities of Braintree, Milton, Quincy, and Weymouth.
Our Core Values:
- Collaboration: We work together towards a common goal through trust and productive information sharing.
- Relationships: We endeavor to strengthen relationships amongst our leadership team and our community partners.
- Innovation: We strive to combine best practices with new and progressive approaches.
- Voices: We are committed to representing the diverse and unique perspectives of our communities.
- Information: We employ strategies that are evidence–informed and data driven.
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