Cooperation of Multiple Town Departments and Community Members Leading Watertown’s Fight Against Opioids Watertown Free Public Library- For the past three years, the Watertown Access to Treatment, Education, and Resources (W.A.T.E.R.town) task force has been at the forefront of Watertown’s fight against opioids and overdoses in the community. The Task Force is comprised of a […]
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Local Police, Doctors, Religious Leaders Speak about Substance Use Disorder Taxiarchae Greek Orthodox Church – A large crowd gathered at a Watertown church on June 14 to hear local doctors, police officers, religious leaders, and others speak about the realities of Substance Use Disorder. Sponsored in part by the Watertown Access to Treatment, Education and […]
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Representative Katherine Clark Speaks About Substance Use at Community Event Watertown Middle School – On November 17, the Watertown Access to Treatment, Education and Resources (W.A.T.E.R.town) task force held its second annual community event aimed at educating the public about substance use disorder. “Coming Together to Erase the Stigma,” as the event is called, features […]
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W.A.T.E.Rtown Task Force Holds Overdose Prevention Training Square Medical Group – Watertown is continuing to make strides in the effort to fight against opioid overdoses in town. Overdoses and fatalities have increased rapidly over the last couple years, and the first line of defense against overdosing isn’t paramedics or police – it’s friends and family. […]
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