Who We Are

The Brockton Mayor’s Opioid Overdose Prevention Coalition was formed to address the escalating problem of fatal and non-fatal overdoses in the City of Brockton. Our Executive Committee is made up of representation from the Mayor’s Office, High Point Treatment Center, The Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office, Habit OPCO, Learn to Cope, and BAMSI’s C.O.P.E. Center.

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Our Objectives

To prevent overdoses from opiate use

To prevent deaths among those who have overdosed

To provide support, linkages and referrals to those using opiates, as well as for their family and friends in the City of Brockton

To create awareness in the City of Brockton about opioid overdose prevention

Who We Work With

Everyone. If you were to look at someone through the course of their life, you can see how the misuse and or abuse of prescription drugs or opioids can affect people through all of life’s different impasses. Children get into the medication of their caregivers, pre-teens and teens experiment, people can become addicted, seniors are prescribed the medications disproportionately to any other age group. How does this play out in a community? Many thefts are a result of someone’s need for money for drugs, families can be destroyed, doctors don’t trust patients, kids drop out of school, young children end up in child protective services, people looking for services such as drug treatment. Ultimately, substance abuse affects everyone.

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Opioid Overdose Prevention Education & Narcan Distribution

Upcoming Events

  1. Brockton’s Annual Overdose Vigil by Candle Light

    August 31 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
  2. Whitman Hanson WILL Meeting

    September 3 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
  3. East Bridgewater’s Annual Vigil

    September 17 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm