EASTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
46 Lothrop 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
BROCKTON AREA MULTI-SERVICES INC
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.
COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS: Bureau of Substance Addiction Services
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: 1-617-426-9444
Addiction Recovery Support Services/Mass General Hospital for ages 15-25.
Location: Boston, MA
Bournewood Health Systems
Location: Brookline, MA
Location: Brattleboro, VT
CASTLE offers detox and treatment services for teens 13 to 17 years of age.
Location: Brockton, MA
Location: Leicester, MA
Gosnold Counseling Center
Location: Falmouth, MA
Gosnold Detoxification Program
Location: Brockton, MA
Marlboro Hospital/Psychiatric and Addictions Services
Location: Marlboro, MA
McGee/Berkshire Recovery Center
Location: Pittsfield, MA
Location: Belmont, MA
Offers detox and short term inpatient treatment services for ages 13 through 18.
Location: Worcester, MA
Providence Behavioral Health Hospital
Location: Holyoke, MA
The emergency rooms and hospitals listed below have Specialized Substance Abuse Units and Treatment Programs.
Nasal Narcan Rescue Kits are available at many Walgreens, CVS, 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 the highest risk for witnessing an overdose. The COPE Center staff can be reached at 508-583-3405 for appointments and drop-in hours.