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The health and well-being of our youth is our responsibility—and by working together we can have the greatest impact. Get involved in your local substance use coalition.
The Braintree Partnership is a group of individuals committed to minimizing youth access to alcohol, tobacco, nicotine delivery devices, marijuana, opioids and other drugs and supporting individuals and families struggling with addiction.
The Milton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition focuses on preventing and reducing youth substance abuse. Through a committed collaboration of diverse community members and sectors dedicated to a comprehensive and long-term approach, our efforts will foster a healthy, supportive and compassionate town environment.
The Mayor’s Substance Abuse Task Force is a multi-disciplinary collaboration designed to promote community awareness, education, prevention and treatment of substance abuse in the city of Quincy.
Impact Quincy is a community-based coalition dedicated to fostering an environment, which strengthens communication and relationships within the community. Impact Quincy provides opportunities for the creation and support of community collaborations, which promote and sustain a drug-free community and healthy living.
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Find an Event in Your Community
Braintree Community Partnership on Substance Abuse Meeting 6:30 pm
Braintree Community Partnership on Substance Abuse Meeting @ Braintree Town Hall
May 25 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
The Braintree Community Partnership on Substance Use is a group of individuals committed to: Minimizing youth access to alcohol, tobacco, nicotine delivery devices, marijuana, opioids and other drugs Supporting individuals and families struggling with addiction.[...]