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Reading Coalition for Prevention and Support

The Reading Coalition for Prevention & Support, located at the Reading Police Department has a new job posting for the position of Outreach Coordinator. 

The position is posted on the Town of Reading website 

View the job description link at 

https://www.readingma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif1116/f/uploads/2021_outreach_coordinator.pdf

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15th Annual Coalition Meeting & Making the Difference Award Celebration
15th Annual Coalition Meeting & Making the Difference Award Celebration

Save the Date for the Reading Coalition Annual Meeting on 9/29/2021 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at the Reading Memorial High School. We will celebrate our regional partners including Eliot Community Human Services, Mystic Valley HUB Team, MA Department of Mental Health and Melrose-Wakefield Inpatient Psychiatric Unit for their collaboration with the Coalition on the supporting the mental health needs of local residents. View the flyer: 15th_annual_meeting-_9.29.21.Invite.png

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International Overdose Awareness Day
International Overdose Awareness Day

Today is a day to especially consider those families that have dealt with the overwhelming experience of overdose. Today, the Reading Coalition is thinking of those we have lost and those that have survived. The disease of addiction brutally takes apart lives and families. Yet, the community of recovery can bring such joy and strength. Thinking of all the families that are on this journey.

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Episode 6: Watch the RMHS GSA on Community Connections Show
Episode 6: Watch the RMHS GSA on Community Connections Show

The Reading Coalition for Prevention & Support, in partnership with RCTV, is hosting a series called COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS highlighting organizations, groups and clubs that have connected the Reading community during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Learn about Interview 6 featuring Ellen Richards, Student Leader and Sharon Burke, Advisor for the RMHS Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) Club. 

The interview can be viewed on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfBXTUzdMdE

Our goal is to both celebrate the work that has been done to strengthen our community and continue to raise awareness about community resources so residents can access support if needed. Special thank you to our TV Host and Advisory Board Member, Sherri VandenAkker!

 

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COVID and Mental Health- Tech Assistance from SAMHSA
COVID and Mental Health- Tech Assistance from SAMHSA

The US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) just released a summary document of technical assistance links for communities. The webinars are recorded so they can be replayed and are also linked to written summaries. 

SAMHSA is committed to providing regular training and technical assistance (TTA) on matters related to the mental and substance use disorder field as they deal with COVID-19.

https://www.samhsa.gov/sites/default/files/training-and-technical-assistance-covid19.pdf?utm_source=SAMHSA&utm_campaign=d4899976a2-COVID_TTA_2021_08_09_1600198&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_ee1c4b138c-d4899976a2-167852693

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Displaced Residents Need Our Help
Displaced Residents Need Our Help

See below for recent press describing the electrical/flooding challenges that displaced residents from the Washington Apartments. A fundraiser has been set up to assist residents over the next few months. Please share this info with your networks. Thank you!

Article describing the fund set up to support the displaced http://thereadingpost.com/2021/07/21/emergency-relief-fund-established-to-aid-victims-displaced-from-general-washington-apartments/

Direct link for donations to Reading Coop https://readingcoop.com/charitable

Coverage about the situation (video) https://www.nbcboston.com/on-air/as-seen-on/dozens-displaced-after-apartment-flood-in-reading/2443035/

Brief coverage of the situation https://whdh.com/news/dozens-displaced-after-rainwater-seeps-into-reading-apartment-building-causes-electrical-problems/#.YP73OJeeIoM.facebook

Describes the situation and fundraiser (includes press release from the Town of Reading) https://patch.com/massachusetts/reading/emergency-relief-fund-established-aid-victims-displaced-flood-general

http://thereadingpost.com/2021/07/21/emergency-relief-fund-established-to-aid-victims-displaced-from-general-washington-apartments/

Additional coverage from July 27 https://www.nbcboston.com/on-air/as-seen-on/dozens-displaced-after-apartment-flood-in-reading/2443035/

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Episode 5: Watch the Reading Police on Community Connections
Episode 5: Watch the Reading Police on Community Connections

Episode 5: RCTV Community Connections, Reading Coalition

The Reading Coalition for Prevention & Support, in partnership with RCTV, is hosting a series called COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS highlighting those that have connected our community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch Interview 5 featuring Deputy Chief Christine Amendola and Community Services Officer Kristin O'Shaughnessy of the Reading Police Department. Special thanks to our TV Host, Sherri VandenAkker. Watch https://www.facebook.com/112950365451238/videos/188813176606781 Or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTKOLpSkADQ\

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Episode 4-Watch the Pandemic Photo Project on Community Connections
Episode 4-Watch the Pandemic Photo Project on Community Connections

The Reading Coalition for Prevention & Support, in partnership with RCTV, is hosting a series called COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS highlighting organizations, groups and clubs that have connected the Reading community during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Learn about Interview 4 featuring Sherri VandenAkker, Pandemic Peace & Promise Photo Project and Reading Cultural Council Grantee. Visit https://www.readingma.gov/cultural-council

The interview can be viewed on https://fb.watch/6VnccPfOSc/ or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VccYktNuT_8

Our goal is to both celebrate the work that has been done to strengthen our community and continue to raise awareness about community resources so residents can access support if needed. Special thank you to our TV Guest Host for this episode, Megan Fidler-Carey!

 

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Episode 3: Watch the Reading Food Pantry on Community Connections
Episode 3: Watch the Reading Food Pantry on Community Connections

The Reading Coalition for Prevention & Support, in partnership with RCTV, is hosting a series called COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS highlighting organizations, groups and clubs that have connected the Reading community during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Learn about Interview 3 featuring Pastor Jamie Michaels (Old South Church) and Phyliss Maxwell, Co-Coordinator, of the Reading Food Pantry at Old South. Visit www.readingfoodpantry.com

The interview can be viewed on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube

Check out the story from The Reading Post https://thereadingpost.com/2021/07/23/community-connections-reading-food-pantry/

 

Our goal is to both celebrate the work that has been done to strengthen our community and continue to raise awareness about community resources so residents can access support if needed. Special thank you to our TV Host and Advisory Board Member, Sherri VandenAkker!

 

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Episode 2: Watch Lasagna Love on Community Connections
Episode 2: Watch Lasagna Love on Community Connections

The Reading Coalition for Prevention & Support, in partnership with RCTV, is hosting a series called COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS highlighting organizations, groups and clubs that have connected the Reading community during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Learn about Interview 2 featuring Andrea Scullin, Regional Director of the Lasagna Love. Visit Lasagna Love at https://lasagnalove.org/

The interview can be viewed on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

Read about it at https://thereadingpost.com/2021/07/19/community-connections-lasagna-love/

Our goal is to both celebrate the work that has been done to strengthen our community and continue to raise awareness about community resources so residents can access support if needed. Special thank you to our TV Host and Advisory Board Member, Sherri VandenAkker!

 

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Episode 1: Watch the Reading Public Library on Community Connections
Episode 1: Watch the Reading Public Library on Community Connections

The Reading Coalition for Prevention & Support, in partnership with RCTV, is hosting a series called COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS highlighting organizations, groups and clubs that have connected the Reading community during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Learn about Interview 1 featuring Amy Lannon, Director of the Reading Public Library. Visit the library website at https://www.readingpl.org/

View the article and watch the show https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hV_ydmPZ9e8

Our goal is to both celebrate the work that has been done to strengthen our community and continue to raise awareness about community resources so residents can access support if needed. Special thank you to our TV Host and Advisory Board Member, Sherri VandenAkker!

 

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Reading Coalition Virtual Presentation for Doble Bryant
Reading Coalition Virtual Presentation for Doble Bryant

In May, the coalition staff was invited by the Doble LeBranti Financial Group to lead a webinar for parents/caregivers of teens on youth mental health and substance use. We loved having the opportunity to discuss this important topic!

View a recording of our presentation here: https://www.doblelebranti.com/resources/blog/item/todays-parent-drugs-and-alcohol.html?fbclid=IwAR2-ACsFxijlWslEgHq7mk2avTjpFmWmqj-PNYH8p5skILri3Kk6M9lgQHU

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Get connected to mental health services- info available in Chinese, Haitian-Creole, Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese
Get connected to mental health services- info available in Chinese, Haitian-Creole, Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese
Get matched with a mental health services provider, call the INTERFACE REFERRAL HELPLINE 888-244-6843 (toll free). Available from Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm for Reading residents.

Learn more about the service at Interface_Reading_and_What_to_Expect_When_You_Call.pdf

Interface Flyers in Multiple Languages

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Different Kinds of Hurt: Isaac’s Story

The Mass Department of Mental Health released a children’s book called Different Kinds of Hurt: Isaac’s Story. This graphic novel explores “different kinds of hurt” and follows a conversation between Isaac, who went to the hospital to seek treatment for anxiety, and his classmate, who went to the hospital for treatment for a broken leg. This story is a great tool to start talking about mental health needs with students at a young age.

In addition to the physical book, DMH also released a short video of Isaac’s Story and has provided an accompanying worksheet and discussion questions. The video, worksheet, and discussion questions can be accessed for free here.

The Reading Coalition ordered physical copies of Isaac’s Story for the library and all elementary schools in Reading.

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Doc Wayne- A New Therapeutic Program Comes to Reading
Doc Wayne- A New Therapeutic Program Comes to Reading

The Reading Coalition for Prevention & Support has partnered with Doc Wayne to bring an exciting youth therapeutic program to Reading students ages 5-18. If you are looking for individual therapy for your child or are interested in learning more about group therapy, please join Doc Wayne and the Reading Coalition for a virtual information session.

Sessions will be hosted on:
• Tuesday February 2nd, 7:00-7:30PM:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83625231000?pwd=dk5PMWlPZVJzdHdudjYzOEFqZjRIUT09
• Thursday February 4th, 12:00-12:30PM:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81745519753?pwd=OGViZG1ucFpEVUU3Q0ZtWVY0MmJIQT09

Using a theoretical curriculum, which incorporates social-emotional learning and life skills, Doc Wayne offers innovative mental health programming. In addition to traditional individual therapy, Doc Wayne offers unique group therapeutic programs. Through these groups students:
• Have the opportunity and needed supports to become resilient and regulated individuals with positive adult and peer relationships
• Create positive relationships with teammates, friends, and family members
• Become confident and competent members of their schools and larger communities
• Achieve their highest level of academic success


All of Doc Wayne’s programming is being offered via telehealth due to COVID-19.

Contact Samantha Salkin, Outreach Coordinator for more information at ssalkin@ci.reading.ma.us

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Reading Police Rx Medication Dropbox re-opened for Controlled Substances Dropoff
Reading Police Rx Medication Dropbox re-opened for Controlled Substances Dropoff

The Reading Police Department will resume medication drop off on February 1, 2021 in the green disposal box in the lobby of 15 Union St. We encourage residents to bring back controlled substances only (please no 'over the counter' medications at this time). Masks are required for entrance to the lobby. 

Additional disposal options:

1. If you would like a disposal packet that you can use at home to dissolve your medications, please contact Samantha Salkin, ssalkin@ci.reading.ma.us with your name and mailing address and number of bottles to be disposed. 

2. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has partnered with the Med-Project to provide an easy way for Massachusetts residents to dispose of unwanted medications. Residents can easily request a free, pre-paid mail-back envelope sent directly to their home for safe and secure disposal of unwanted medications. Learn more here: https://med-project.org/locations/massachusetts/

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Please help reduce prescription drug misuse by storing/locking any remaining bottles safely & away from children/teens.

 

 

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Helpful services during COVID-19 for Mental Health and Substance Use
Helpful services during COVID-19 for Mental Health and Substance Use
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Do you have unwanted medications that you need to dispose of?
Do you have unwanted medications that you need to dispose of?

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has partnered with the Med-Project to provide an easy way for Massachusetts residents to dispose of unwanted medications. Residents can easily request a free, pre-paid mail-back envelope sent directly to their home for safe and secure disposal of unwanted medications. Learn more here: https://med-project.org/locations/massachusetts/

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Coalition Resource List - Finding Help for Substance Misuse
Coalition Resource List - Finding Help for Substance Misuse

Check out the latest Substance Misuse Resource List 2020_Final_RC_Yellow_SA_Resource_List_7.10.20.pdf

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Coalition Resource List - Finding Help for Mental Health
Coalition Resource List - Finding Help for Mental Health

Check out the latest Mental Health Resource List 2020_Final_RC_Blue_MH_Resource_List.7.10.20.pdf

 

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Caring for our kids during COVID-19 --- Part 1
Caring for our kids during COVID-19 --- Part 1

Check out our short video on keeping our kids safe 

Find out how to support your child’s social and emotional needs

Quick tips to empower our kids

Wondering about screen time and your kids?  

Kevin Kozin, LICSW, shares his motto with us: Never worry alone.

#connectandcope

#covid19

Brought to by the Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition serving Medford, Malden, Reading, Stoneham, Wakefield and Winchester.

 

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Caring for our kids during COVID-19 --- Part 2
Caring for our kids during COVID-19 --- Part 2

Self-care & anxiety 

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Anxiety is normal. Recognize and respond to it. 

Any of these sound familiar to you and your family? 

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Take a minute to take care.

#connectandcope #covid19

Brought to by the Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition serving Medford, Malden, Reading, Stoneham, Wakefield and Winchester.

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Caring for our kids during COVID-19 --- Part 3
Caring for our kids during COVID-19 --- Part 3

Check out this important conversation on talking to kids about race and racism from SPARK Kindness!

Feeling low? Empower yourself with these helpful tips!

Be empowered and make a plan to manage your anxiety (for you and your kids), check out Empowerment vs. helplessness 

Learn more about mapping out a plan to address anxiety.

#connectandcope #covid19

Brought to by the Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition serving Medford, Malden, Reading, Stoneham, Wakefield and Winchester.

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Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition Donates Books to Reading Public Library
Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition Donates Books to Reading Public Library

In June the Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition made several generous donations to the public libraries in all towns served by the Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition. These donations consisted of books for readers of all ages focusing on managing mental health concerns, substance use prevention, self-care, and racial equity. 

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The books were purchased from local book shops in each community. As part of the donation, the Reading Public Library received 18 books! All these titles (and more!) will be available soon to be borrowed from our library. Thank you to the MVPHC for their generosity and to the RPL staff for continuing to support the Reading community!

 

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Tips for Managing Anxiety During Reopening Webinar- View the recording from 6/25/20
Tips for Managing Anxiety During Reopening Webinar- View the recording from 6/25/20

Check out the latest recorded webinar entitled "Managing Anxiety for You and Your Family During Reopening."  

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 This conversation focused on managing anxiety for you and your family during reopening. Our guest panelists addressed issues around anxiety, ethical decision making during the reopening phases, self-care strategies, and talking to your children about alcohol use. 

Listen to the recording and feel free to share with others. And, go here for the resources shared and more. A huge thank you to our moderator, Ivy Jones-Turner, and our presenter, Kevin Kozin, MTS, LICSW!

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Also, please email eparsons@cityofmelrose.org and let us know if there are other topics you are interested in hearing more about!

Learn more at www.mysticvalleypublichealth.org/connectandcope/

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Supporting Healthy Teen Relationships Webinar by Reading Coalition, RESPOND & RPS- View the recording from 6/16/20
Supporting Healthy Teen Relationships Webinar by Reading Coalition, RESPOND & RPS- View the recording from 6/16/20

View the Healthy Teen Dating Webinar hosted by the Reading Coalition for Prevention & Support on Tuesday, June 16th.

Slides: FINAL_Supporting_Healthy_Teen_Dating_Relationships_Webinar.pdf

Webinar Focus: Supporting young people in developing healthy dating relationships is an essential part of positive youth development. This webinar, created for parents and caregivers, will:

-Discuss strategies to promote healthy teen dating
-Provide guidance on how to talk to young people about healthy dating
-Explain teen dating violence (i.e. what is it, what does it look like)
-Provide strategies on how to recognize and intervene in an unhealthy teen dating relationship
-Share healthy dating resources available to the Reading community

Presenters:
Zoe Sachs, Community Intervention and Education Coordinator, RESPOND Inc.- Working to End Domestic Violence
Erica McNamara, MPH, Director, Reading Coalition for Prevention & Support
Samantha Salkin, BAPH, Outreach Coordinator, Reading Coalition for Prevention & Support

 

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New MASS Law Impacting Tobacco Control- Effective June 1
New MASS Law Impacting Tobacco Control- Effective June 1

The new Massachusetts tobacco law, An Act Modernizing Tobacco Control, goes into effect on June 1, 2020. Learn more about the legal changes here and MA_Tobacco_Law_2.Effective_June_1_2020.png

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Help for those who want to quit vaping, smoking or using other tobacco products is available for FREE at 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) and KeepTryingMA.org.

For more information on vaping and smoking cessation support, view a recording of our Vaping Trends & Cessation Support Webinar available below. For questions and support on quitting vaping and smoking, please contact Samantha Salkin, Reading Coalition Outreach Coordinator, at ssalkin@ci.reading.ma.us.

To learn more about how this new law will protect youth from nicotine addiction and fight the tobacco industry’s targeting of youth, LGBTQ+ populations, and communities of color, contact Ashley Hall, MS from the Northeast Tobacco-Free Community Partnership at ashley.hall@glfhc.org.

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Check out the "Dear Mysty" series from Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition
Check out the "Dear Mysty" series from Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition

View the campaign Dear_Mysty_COVID_Campaign_Connect_and_Cope.pdf or at 

www.mysticvalleypublichealth.org/connectandcope

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Got a question or concern for Mysty? Email mvroapgmail.com

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Got a question or concern for Mysty? Email mvroapgmail.com

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View the Vaping Trends & Cessation Support Webinar Hosted on 5/13/20
View the Vaping Trends & Cessation Support Webinar Hosted on 5/13/20

The Reading Coalition and Lotus Health Education LLC in partnership with the Reading Public Schools hosted a live webinar on May 13, 2020 on Vaping Trends & Cessation Support. If you weren’t able to make it, or are interested in reviewing the information we shared, you can view a recording of the webinar using the below link.

Webinar Topic: Vaping Trends & Cessation Support Webinar

Webinar Recording:

https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/6YsrEp371kxJULPizlnddPMxPZbHX6a81yhM-_EPnRtFBX9dBPMiDA1MlwY8iMte

If you have any questions about the material covered, or are looking for resources for yourself or a loved one, please do not hesitate to contact Samantha Salkin, Outreach Coordinator. She is happy to assist your family in connecting with the appropriate supports.

Webinar Panelists:

Samantha Salkin, BAPH, Outreach Coordinator, Reading Coalition for Prevention & Support, ssalkin@ci.reading.ma.us

Kathleen G. O’Leary RN, MS, FNP-BC, NP-C, CTTS, Founder/CEO Lotus Health Education, lotushealthedllc@gmail.com

Special thanks to the Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition for sponsoring this webinar via Zoom. 

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Spring 2020 Coalition Newsletter
Spring 2020 Coalition Newsletter

Catch up on the latest newsletter from the Reading Coalition

https://conta.cc/3enZfMr

 

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Do you know someone who could overdose from pain medication or heroin?
Do you know someone who could overdose from pain medication or heroin?

If so, ask a pharmacist today about getting Naloxone. Naloxone can reverse the effects of an overdose from opioids. It could also save a life. It’s available in a few forms. It’s easy to use and training is available if you want it.

Carry Naloxone Save a Life Call 911

https://www.mass.gov/service-details/how-to-get-naloxone

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Send an anonymous tip to Reading PD
Send an anonymous tip to Reading PD

How to Provide An Anonymous Tip

 

You can provide an anonymous tip to the Reading Police Department by texting the keyword READINGPD and a message to 847411 (tip411). Alternatively, you can click here and provide a tip through an anonymous online form. Provide as much information with as much detail as possible. The images above give a good example of what is required for a proper response. The anonymous tip service has been extremely effective since its debut in 2011.

Is it Really Anonymous?

 

Yes, please be assured that all tips are completely anonymous as they are pruned of all identifying information by Citizen Observer, a leading provider in anonymous tip services nationwide. Questions regarding how this pruning process works should be directed at the company directly by calling (888) 952-2200 or by visiting their website by clicking here.

 

https://www.readingma.gov/police-department/pages/provide-an-anonymous-tip

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Search the Behavioral Health Services Directory
Search the Behavioral Health Services Directory

Network of Care Massachusetts, is a comprehensive, searchable directory that includes more than 5,000 mental health, substance use, and related social services programs and organizations across the Commonwealth. For each listing, users can find a program description and contact information, as well as information on populations served, relevant eligibility and fee information, and more.

Learn more at www.massachusetts.networkofcare.org.

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Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health During COVID-19
Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health During COVID-19
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Virtual Support for those in Recovery
Virtual Support for those in Recovery

Learn about the Phoenix and their virtual wellness supports. This free sober active community has inspired more than 26,000 people across America to believe they have the strength to rise from the ashes of addiction through the support of those who are walking that very same path. The only membership fee is 48 hours of continuous sobriety. Learn more at https://thephoenix.org/virtual/

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Is your teen using alcohol, marijuana or other drugs?
Is your teen using alcohol, marijuana or other drugs?

Wondering if your teen needs treatment?

HELP IS AVAILABLE

www.HelplineMA.org 

HOPE IS HERE.

800-327-5050

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 Youth and young adults services:

• Outpatient counseling

• Detox programs

• Residential programs

• Recovery high schools

• Medication-assisted treatment

 

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BSAS     Bureau of Substance Addiction Services

Prevent • Treat • Recover • For Life

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Get matched with a mental health services provider, call the INTERFACE REFERRAL HELPLINE 888-244-6843 (toll free). Available from Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm for Reading residents.

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