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"The opioid epidemic has reached just about every community in Massachusetts and across this country. Last year alone, we lost 2,000 residents to overdoses. These are our mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, neighbors and friends. Today, we are announcing one of the...
Faces of an Epidemic: Stories of the Victims of America’s Opioid Crisis — and the Fight to Save Lives
Learn to Cope is honored to be mentioned in this month's publication of People magazines article, Faces of and Epidemic. http://people.com/human-interest/america-heroin-epidemic-special-report/
Coping with the enduring unpredictability of opioid addiction: An investigation of a novel family-focused peer-support organization
1. LTC FINAL PUBLISHED PAPER (2017) (1)
Local women’s philanthropy group has distributed over $100,000 in its seven years to twenty-eight different non-profit charitable organizations North of Boston.
NORTHEAST, Mass., December, 2016 – The Charity Girls of Northeast Massachusetts, an innovative philanthropic group of women from the greater North Shore and Merrimack Valley, met recently to distribute the collective $15,000 raised during the past year. A representative of each of the five deserving North of Boston charitable organizations received a check at a celebratory dinner on December 1st in Georgetown.
“Charity Girls of Northeast, Massachusetts is extremely pleased to be able to distribute grants that will enhance the programs of several organizations North of Boston. Participating in this group provides a tangible opportunity to positively impact our communities,” said Jude Martino, Founder, Charity Girls of Northeast Massachusetts.
The Event was a huge success. We raised over $55,000 for Learn to Cope! We had over 400 people attend the rally in Worcester and we had over 80 bikes make the 40-mile ride from Ware to Worcester. Click Here for Photos and More
Today was an emotional day at the state house. Nancy McDonald Holler and I stood together as we have for many years and watched Governor Baker sign the step act bill which will most certainly make a difference in this epidemic! Janis Coulson McGrory spoke in honor of...
https://youtu.be/qjphGBBYXLk On behalf of myself and all of Learn to Cope, THANK YOU to all those who attended our fundraiser at Florian Hall in Dorchester on Thursday evening November 13th or those who sent donations or raffle items in their absence. It was a night...