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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Recovery is Real

Recorded May 16, 2018

End the Stigma Founder Sarah Ahern gave the keynote speech at this year's Mental Health & Wellness Fair.

There is Hope

April 26, 2016

As Greenfield works to bring a needle exchange program to town, one recovering addict shares how this harm reduction service helped him.

Case in Point

March 15, 2016

Now that a judge's ruling about the procedure that created Tapestry Health's Holyoke Needle Exchange Program could put a stop to it, advocates remind people why they want to bring this harm reduction method to Greenfield.

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Community Overdose Awareness Event --- March 6, 2016

This candlelight vigil was held on the Greenfield Town Common in an effort to heighten awareness about the impacts of opioid addiction on our town.

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March 7, 2016

In an effort to heighten awareness about the impacts of opioid addiction on Greenfield, residents gathered on the town common yesterday to remember friends & loved ones lost to this disease.

Making Our Community Recovery Friendly

February 2, 2016

Members of the Opioid Task Force are using something called the Sequential Intercept Model to improve access to treatment programs and other support services for those suffering from addiction.

Conversations That Matter

Adapted from a Communities That Care Coalition press release:

On Monday, November 30th, from 3PM to 5PM, at the Olver Transit Center in Greenfield, the Parent Education Workgroup of the Communities That Care Coalition will present a workshop, entitled "Fun and Conversations that Matter: Family Dinners to Improve Youth Health and Well-Being", with Dr. Anne Fishel.  Dr. Fishel is the co-founder of the Family Dinner Project, a nonprofit dedicated to helping families create and maintain meaningful connections.

B Tru 2 U

October 20, 2015

The theme of today's Northwestern District Attorney's Office Healthy Youth Conference encouraged kids to stay away from drugs & alcohol by focusing on positive lifestyle choices.

Family Day is Monday!

Adapted from a Communities That Care Coalition press release:

Monday, September 28th, has been designated Family Day and the Communities That Care Coalition is encouraging people to celebrate by spending quality time together as a family.  Family Day is a national movement, launched by Columbia University’s Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA), celebrating parental engagement as an effective tool to help keep kids substance-free, healthy, and happy.

Lieutenant Governor Comes to Town

January 29, 2015

The Commonwealth's second-in-command held a short press conference this afternoon, after meeting with our mayor.