Andie Brennan was 36 years old when she first started using heroin. Recently divorced and “lacking structure” in her life, she would experience several ups and downs over the next eight years, although at times there were far more down moments than she wanted to admit. It wasn’t long after she started using when she had her first overdose.
The Police Chiefs of Plymouth County would like to report that despite the ongoing closures and restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, several resources are available to those in need.
The Police Chiefs of Plymouth County report that between Monday, April 20 and Thursday, April 30, Plymouth County Outreach has documented 38 overdoses, with 11 being fatal suspected overdoses, more overdoses than usual.
The Plymouth County Outreach Advisory Board members and Police Chiefs would like to provide the following message relating to the recently-released 2019 Plymouth County Outreach Annual Report.
The Plymouth County Outreach Advisory Board is pleased to announce several improvements to the official PCO website.
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 are pleased to announce that Plymouth County Outreach has been selected as a mentor site for the TASC’s Center for Health and Justice’s Law Enforcement/First Responder Diversion and Referral Mentoring Initiative.
The Police Chiefs of Plymouth County are pleased to announce that Plymouth County Outreach (PCO) has been selected as a mentor site for The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) Law Enforcement/First Responder Diversion Mentor Program.
PLYMOUTH — Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.) Executive Director Allie Hunter is pleased to announce that P.A.A.R.I. has been awarded a $930,000 Integrative Behavioral Health grant by South Shore Health.