Nasal Narcan Rescue Kits are available at many Walgreens, CVS and and Easton Pharmacies around Massachusetts for the price of an individual’s insurance co-pay. For those who cannot afford a rescue kit, the COPE Center and other pilot sites around the state have a managed supply for those at highest risk for witnessing an overdose. The COPE Center staff can be reached at 508-583-3405 for appointments and drop-in hours.
BAMSI'S mission is to serve individuals and families in Massachusetts to improve their quality of life and sense of self worth through education, support and referral of services
LEARN TO COPE
A local support group for family members of a loved one addicted to heroin, oxycontin and or other drugs. This website has a great deal of information and links to online community as well as weekly meetings in Brockton and other communities.
Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery (MOAR)
Resources for Recovery A Mini Guide
This guide includes an array of “how to and where to go for help” fact sheets to support individuals and families in the recovery process.
Alcoholics Anonymous 617-426-9444
EASTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
46 Lathrop Street, North Easton
EASTON FIRE DEPARTMENT
413 Bay Road, South Easton
OFFICIAL TOWN OF EASTON WEBSITE
136 Elm Street, Easton
TOWN OF EASTON: DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
15 Barrows Street, North Easton