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Addiction or Substance Use Disorder Resource Guide

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Addiction/Substance use disorder is a chronic, relapsing brain disease. It causes a person to compulsively seek and use drugs, despite consequences for...

Contacts: 
Sabrina Voegelin, LICSW, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (617-349-9352, svoegelin@cambridgepolice.org)

P.A.R.T.N.E.R Initiative

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The mission of our P.A.R.T.N.E.R Initiative is to reduce the number of overdoses related to the misuse of substances in our community. We combine...

Contacts: 
Sabrina Voegelin, LICSW, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (617-349-9352, svoegelin@cambridgepolice.org)

Teen Health Center

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The Cambridge Teen Health Center, in partnership with Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), is a school-based health clinic located in the CRLS health office...

Contacts: 
Teen Health Center Main Line (617-665-1548)

Drop-In Program for Low-Income, Homeless and Abused Women

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The Women's Center Drop-In Program provides a safe space, 55 hours a week, where women can access community resources, learn critical skills, find...

Contacts: 
Cambridge Women's Center Front Desk (617-354-6394)

Mental Health First Aid USA

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Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour course that teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use...

Contacts: 
Nancy Rihan-Porter, Coordinator, Injury and Violence Prevention (nrihanporter@challiance.org)

Project NESST (Newborns Exposed to Substances: Support and Therapy)

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Project NESST offers support for substance-exposed newborns and their families. We work with parents, caregivers, and infants to address the impact of...

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Boston Emergency Services Team

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We provide a comprehensive, highly integrated system of crisis evaluation and treatment services to the greater Boston area; to children, adolescents,...

Contacts: 
North Suffolk Central Administration (617-889-4860)

Treatment Services at ACS

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ACS clinicians work to understand each child, identify their individual needs and strengths, and actively advocate for the child and their family by...

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Programs and Services at AIDS Action Committee

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Our programs are designed for those most vulnerable to HIV/AIDS. We empower our clients to live better lives by engaging with them to create practical,...

LGBTQ+ Resources at Bisexual Resource Center

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This program serves LGBTQ+ youth through support, health, advocacy, education, and resources.

Contacts: 
BRC General Inquiries (617-424-9595, brc@biresource.net)

LGBTQ+ Resources at Greater Boston PFLAG

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This program serves LGBTQ+ youth through support, health, advocacy, education, and resources.

Contacts: 
Greater Boston PFLAG General Inquiry (781-891-5966, info@gbpflag.org)

LGBTQ+ Resources at MTPC

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This program serves LGBTQ+ youth through support, health, advocacy, education, and resources.

Contacts: 
MTPC General Inquiry (617-778-0519, info@masstpc.org)

Know Your Rights Program at GLAD

Program

This program serves LGBTQ+ youth through support, health, advocacy, education, and resources. Know your rights, and how to assert them!

Contacts: 
GLAD General Inquiry (617-426-1350, gladlaw@glad.org)

Immigrant Health Toolkit

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The Immigrant Health Toolkit offers a range of health care-focused resources for organizations serving immigrant communities in Massachusetts.

Contacts: 
HCFA Front Desk (617-350-7279, TTY number: 617-350-0974)

Wellness Services at IIIC

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We provide compassionate, confidential care, specializing in therapeutic support for emotional and mental health concerns including depression and...

Contacts: 
IIIC Main Line (617-542-7654)

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