Overdose Vigil 2012



Friday, August 3rd 7:00pm

Independence Academy

460 Belmont St.

Brockton, MA 

Prevent Overdose. Save Lives.

In collaboration with N.O.M.A.D., “Not one more anonymous death”

 Northeast Behavioral Health, Lynn

Open nasal Narcan enrollment available before and after presentation.

Sponsored by: 

Learn to Cope

Mayor Balzotti’s Office

Independence Academy

                                                                                             BAMSI’s  C.O.P.E.Center                              

High Point Treatment Center

Brockton Mayor’s Opioid Overdose Prevention Coalition

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day



Saturday October 29th from 10am-2pm

Brockton Council on Aging

10 Father Kenney Way


Bring back unwanted, unused, expired medications and the DEA will safely dispose of it as part of the National Effort to Reduce Prescription Drug Abuse


Sponsored by the DEA, Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office, Brockton Police Department, and the

 Brockton Mayor’s Opioid Overdose Prevention Coalition

Article from The Brockton Enterprise

1,000th Documented nasal Narcan Reversal in MA

Today the Commonwealth of Massachusetts will recognize the tremendous effort put forth by the eight nasal Narcan pilot sites, the 15 opioid overdose prevention coalitions, the family support groups, treatment centers, and countless numbers of individuals, whether they are non users, in recovery, or in active addiction who have used nasal Narcan in the event of an opioid overdose and saved a life.  The event is at the Massachusetts State House from 2-3pm today.  We know the real number of reversals is so much higher, so we will continue to encourage people to report their use of nasal Narcan.  Overdose prevention and nasal Narcan works and it SAVES LIVES!

August 31st

August 31st is International Overdose Awareness Day.  Take the opportunity to learn more about overdose prevention management, enroll in nasal Narcan, and SAVE A LIFE!

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