Participants will learn about opioids and risk
factors for overdose. They will then explore
strategies for rescues and practice strategies
This SIG is a space for social workers who are members of the disability community with support from our social work allies to come together to advocate for policies, actions, and programming that advance the disability justice framework that has been developed by the disability community.
Lowell House is facilitating a Recovery Coach Academy for young adults. It is the first one of its kind being offered in Massachusetts. We are able to offer this training at a highly reduced cost. Scholarships are also available.
This rare opportunity is for young adults (18-29yo) wanting to build on their recovery, invest in their future, and become a part of a connected community of peers.
Those interested: go to lowellhouseinc.org/training-programs or scan the QR code on the flyer to apply.
Join us on Tuesday, June 28th from 9:30 am-12:30 pm for a FREE, peer learning summit focused on Harm Reduction and Positive Youth Development. During this summit, we will bring together service providers working with youth, young adults, and other people who use drugs to consider strategies to mitigate overdose risk for young people, methods of combining harm reduction and positive youth development approaches, and much more!
How can prevention coalitions work across the continuum of care to maximize impact and sustain systems-level changes that promote wellness for everyone? This virtual series will provide a framework for understanding harm reduction strategies by sharing the history and pillars of harm reduction as a social movement and examples of various types of harm reduction strategies. Participants will explore how the goals and values of prevention intersect with harm reduction and how we can work together through community collaborations to address overlapping goals. Finally, we will explore how the knowledge brought from those with lived experience can enhance our implementation strategies across the continuum of care.
If you have you lost someone close to you by overdose or other drug-related death…
If you are experiencing grief after death from substance use..
You are invited to attend a new peer grief support group. The purpose of the group is for members to support each other in coping with grief. We believe that sharing the experience of tragedy can promote healing.
If you have you lost someone close to you by overdose or other drug-related death… if you are experiencing grief after death from substance use.. You are invited to attend a new peer grief support group.
The purpose of the group is for members to support each other in coping with grief. We believe that sharing the experience of tragedy can promote healing.
Are you interested in running the 2022 Falmouth Road Race? South Shore Peer Recovery has secured race bibs for this year's race!
We are excited to begin participating in road race events to support our mission and share the message that Recovery Rocks! We are looking for runners committed to fundraising a minimum of $500 to support SSPR.
We will provide fundraising pages and support. If you are interested, please contact Mark Mulhern at [email protected]