Networking Meeting 8/13/20

Networking Meeting 8/13/20

Below is a link to our Networking Meeting on Zoom that was held on Thursday, 8/13/20 at 1:00pm.  After clicking on the link, you will need to add the password to view the video. Video: https://bit.ly/3g7eA3V...
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Meeting Notes 9/10/20

Meeting Notes 9/10/20

The Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative has a goal of getting youth and families in Holyoke connected to resources they need to assist them to get to better places in life. Below is a link to a video from our monthly networking meeting that was held on Zoom on 9/10/20. The networking meeting is a...
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Meeting Notes 7/9/20

Meeting Notes 7/9/20

Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative Meeting Agenda Date:   July 9, 2020 Time:   1:00pm to 2:30pm Place:   Zoom Meeting Mission Statement: The Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative is a partnership between local, state & federal law enforcement; city & state government; civic & human service...
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Agency Updates 6/11/20

Agency Updates 6/11/20

Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative Agency Updates June 19,2020   Because the Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative had to cancel our monthly networking meeting, we are providing the updates below, which we received from various agencies that typically attend our monthly meetings. Ed Caisse: HSNI We are...
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Agency Updates 5/14/20

Agency Updates 5/14/20

Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative Agency Updates May 14, 2020 Because the Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative had to cancel our monthly networking meeting, we are providing the updates below, which we received from various agencies that typically attend our monthly meetings. HSNI We are...
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Networking Meeting 8/13/20
Networking Meeting 8/13/20
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Meeting Notes 9/10/20
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Meeting Notes 7/9/20
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Agency Updates 6/11/20
Agency Updates 6/11/20
June 19, 2020
Agency Updates 5/14/20
Agency Updates 5/14/20
May 20, 2020

If you use opioids (like heroin, fentanyl, or prescription painkillers in ways other than prescribed) and were recently released from jail, residential treatment, or a hospital, you may be at risk for an opioid overdose. Get naloxone (Narcan®) and learn how to use it. Be sure to tell your friends where you keep your Narcan® and teach them to use it in case of an overdose. Learn more: HealTogetherMA.org/Holyoke, https://www.tapestryhealth.org/overdose-prevention-services/, https://www.holyokehealth.com/services-specialities/comprehensive-care-center.

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Las personas que usan opioides (como heroína y fentanyl) o medicamentos recetados para el dolor no como son recetados (de manera indebida) y que recién salieron de la cárcel, de tratamiento residencial o del hospital están a mayor riesgo de sufrir una sobredosis y perder la vida. Obtenga Nalaxona ( Narcan) y aprenda a utilizarlo. Enséñele  a sus amigos como usar y donde guarda la Nalaxona en caso de una sobredosis. Aprenda más visitando: HealTogetherMA.org/Holyoke, https://www.tapestryhealth.org/overdose-prevention-services/, https://www.holyokehealth.com/services-specialities/comprehensive-care-center.

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People who take FDA-approved medications like methadone, buprenorphine, Suboxone® (buprenorphine and naloxone), naltrexone, and Vivitrol® (injectable naltrexone) are more likely to stay in recovery and enjoy healthy, productive lives. Learn more: HealTogetherMA.org/Holyoke, http://www.hhcinc.org/en/services/center-for-recovery-support, https://www.holyokehealth.com/services-specialities/comprehensive-care-center, https://www.tapestryhealth.org/overdose-prevention-services/.

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