PLYMOUTH – Members of Plymouth Country Outreach (PCO) presented at the ‘United We Stand’ 2020 Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Program (COAP) National Forum this week. Held in Arlington, Virginia, the national conference brings together community members and state experts across the United States who are working to address the opioid epidemic in their local areas.
The Police Chiefs of Plymouth County and the Police Assisted Addiction & Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.) are pleased to announce the launch of a new component of the Plymouth County Outreach program, which will increase access to treatment and behavioral health services.
The Police Chiefs of Plymouth County report that since Dec. 1, the county has had 52 overdose incidents, seven of them being suspected fatal overdoses.
By Katie Rayner BRIDGEWATER- Plymouth County Outreach held their quarterly meeting Thursday, Sept. 26, at Bridgewater State University. The Rondileau Campus Center Grand Ballroom at the university was filled with personnel from the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office, law enforcement from around the county, clinicians, educators, and recovery coaches. All were gathered to discuss the […]
The Police Chiefs of Plymouth County are pleased to announce that Plymouth County Outreach (PCO) held its quarterly meeting at Bridgewater State University on Thursday.
http://plymouthcountyoutreach.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/NARCAN-PLY-COUNTY_PSA_30.mp3 WHAT DO YOU DO IF A PERSON IS OVERDOSING? The first step is to call 911 and seek medical attention. The Good Samaritan Law states that any person who seeks medical assistance for a party that is overdosing will not be charged or prosecuted for possession of a controlled substance. In addition, the law […]