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You Are Not Alone - Greater Attleboro Recovery Network Resources and services for addiction and mental health issues. Sponsors include Fuller Hospital, Southbay Community Services, the Attleboro Police Dept., Mansfield Police Dept., Norton Police Dept. 's Problem Oriented Policing (POP) teams, and others...
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Join us tonight from 6-8pm at the Attleboro Public Library!The You Are Not Alone resource drop in center is a monthly re...
20/02/2020

Join us tonight from 6-8pm at the Attleboro Public Library!

The You Are Not Alone resource drop in center is a monthly resource for individuals, family members, fellow community members, and other resources to speak with a person about their situation.

This event is open to the public. All are Welcome. Anonymity is respected.

18/02/2020

Do you have questions? Are you experiencing a difficult situation? You are not alone! Meet us at the Attleboro Public Library this Thursday Feb. 20th.

19/12/2019

Join us tonight! 6pm at the Attleboro Public Library!

Join us next Thursday Dec. 19 at the Attleboro Public Library for the GARN Drop In Center.!
13/12/2019

Join us next Thursday Dec. 19 at the Attleboro Public Library for the GARN Drop In Center.!

13/11/2019

Join us next Thursday Nov. 21, at the Attleboro Public Library for The GARN Drop In Center. Have your questions answered and get help for yourself or someone you know. Anonymity is respected. You Are Not Alone!

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22/10/2019

You Are Not Alone - Greater Attleboro Recovery Network's cover photo

Join us at our new location! Attleboro Public Library, Thursday Oct. 17, 2019 6pm - 8pm!
11/10/2019

Join us at our new location! Attleboro Public Library, Thursday Oct. 17, 2019 6pm - 8pm!

The Greater Attleboro Recovery Network Drop in Center is moving! Come join us Thursday October 17, 2019 6pm - 8pm at the...
11/10/2019

The Greater Attleboro Recovery Network Drop in Center is moving! Come join us Thursday October 17, 2019 6pm - 8pm at the Attleboro Public Library.

You Are Not Alone - Greater Attleboro Recovery Network
30/08/2019

You Are Not Alone - Greater Attleboro Recovery Network

You Are Not Alone - Greater Attleboro Recovery Network
30/08/2019

You Are Not Alone - Greater Attleboro Recovery Network

You Are Not Alone drop in center is tonight from 5:30-8pm at Murray Unitarian Universalist Church 505 N. Main St. Attleb...
31/07/2019

You Are Not Alone drop in center is tonight from 5:30-8pm at Murray Unitarian Universalist Church 505 N. Main St. Attleboro, MA 02703

All are Welcome - Anonymity is Respected

TONIGHT!  You Are Not Alone Drop In Resource Center 5:30-8pm
29/05/2019

TONIGHT! You Are Not Alone Drop In Resource Center 5:30-8pm

Have you been impacted by Suicide?  Join us this Saturday for a Town Hall Community Conversation.  This event is free an...
21/03/2019

Have you been impacted by Suicide? Join us this Saturday for a Town Hall Community Conversation. This event is free and open to the public. RSVP's info is below.

Join us tomorrow February 27th 2019 from 5:30-8pm.  Access to voluntary treatment. Resources.  Free Narcan & Training.  ...
26/02/2019

Join us tomorrow February 27th 2019 from 5:30-8pm. Access to voluntary treatment. Resources. Free Narcan & Training. Anonymity is respected.

In need of information? Resources? Someone to talk to about you or your loved ones needs? Join us tonight. We are here f...
28/11/2018

In need of information? Resources? Someone to talk to about you or your loved ones needs?

Join us tonight. We are here for you. You are not alone.

Due to the Halloween 🎃 Holiday the drop in center  has been moved to TONIGHT Wed. Oct. 24th...same time, same place!We a...
24/10/2018

Due to the Halloween 🎃 Holiday the drop in center has been moved to TONIGHT Wed. Oct. 24th...same time, same place!

We are here to help. You Are Not Alone.

Thank you to Seven Hills for an AWESOME presentation on Narcan and training.  If you haven’t done so please look into ge...
29/08/2018

Thank you to Seven Hills for an AWESOME presentation on Narcan and training. If you haven’t done so please look into getting trained. You never know when you could save a life!

25/07/2018

The Drop in Center is happening now! The Order Education Presentations begin at 6:30! Don’t miss it!

Join us on July 25 for the next GARN Drop in Center where the Featured Presentation will answer questions about Sectioni...
14/07/2018

Join us on July 25 for the next GARN Drop in Center where the Featured Presentation will answer questions about Sectioning and Protective Orders.

23/06/2018
You Are Not Alone - Greater Attleboro Recovery Network
04/06/2018

You Are Not Alone - Greater Attleboro Recovery Network

You don’t want to miss our next Drop in Center Feature Presentation! Be sure to mark your calendar!

You don’t want to miss our next Drop in Center Feature Presentation! Be sure to mark your calendar!
03/06/2018

You don’t want to miss our next Drop in Center Feature Presentation! Be sure to mark your calendar!

30/05/2018
FREE Community Fun Fair!!!! - Attleboro
29/05/2018
FREE Community Fun Fair!!!! - Attleboro

FREE Community Fun Fair!!!! - Attleboro

Sat 6/9 @ 12:00 am Fuller Hospital in collaboration with the Attleboro YMCA hosts their 2nd Annual Behavioral Health & Wellness Fair. This event promotes family fun, personal health and educational resources to residents of Greater Attleboro and Bristol County.In addition, WARA 1320 AM will be broad...

A new film created to open up the conversation about anxiety, and provide tools, resources & hope. (Appropriate for ages...
04/05/2018
Minding Your Mind Presents the IndieFlix documentary "ANGST: RAISING AWARENESS A

A new film created to open up the conversation about anxiety, and provide tools, resources & hope. (Appropriate for ages 10 and up.) Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health challenge in the U.S., impacting 54% of females and 46% of males, with age 7 being the median age of onset, according to the World Health Organization.

A new film created to open up the conversation about anxiety, and provide tools, resources & hope. (Appropriate for ages 10 and up.) Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health challenge in the U.S., impacting 54% of females and 46% of males, with age 7 being the median age of onset, accordi...

Minding Your Mind Presents the IndieFlix documentary "ANGST: RAISING AWARENESS A
04/05/2018
Minding Your Mind Presents the IndieFlix documentary "ANGST: RAISING AWARENESS A

Minding Your Mind Presents the IndieFlix documentary "ANGST: RAISING AWARENESS A

A new film created to open up the conversation about anxiety, and provide tools, resources & hope. (Appropriate for ages 10 and up.) Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health challenge in the U.S., impacting 54% of females and 46% of males, with age 7 being the median age of onset, accordi...

Join us on Wednesday, April 25th at 6:30pm during our GARN Drop In Center to view the documentary with a discussion to f...
16/04/2018

Join us on Wednesday, April 25th at 6:30pm during our GARN Drop In Center to view the documentary with a discussion to follow.

In need of resources, treatment options, or support around concerns with Mental Health, Domestic Violence & Substance Ab...
28/03/2018

In need of resources, treatment options, or support around concerns with Mental Health, Domestic Violence & Substance Abuse??? Join us tonight. We are here to help. Annoymity respected. You Are Not Alone.

You or someone you know struggling with Mental Health issues, Addiction, or Domestic Violence?  There is help. The YOU A...
27/02/2018

You or someone you know struggling with Mental Health issues, Addiction, or Domestic Violence? There is help.

The YOU ARE NOT ALONE monthly drop in center will be held tomorrow night from 5:30-8pm at 505 N Main St. Attleboro, MA. (Murray Unitarian Universalist Church). Treatment resources, Community Supports, and FREE Narcan training are available.

Anonymity is respected.

Mental Health needs? Addiction issues? Come see us tonight at our drop in resource center in Attleboro, MA. Local agenci...
31/01/2018

Mental Health needs? Addiction issues?

Come see us tonight at our drop in resource center in Attleboro, MA. Local agencies will be there to offer in person resources including information on mental health and addiction treatment, access to voluntary treatment, and FREE Narcan with training. Anonymity is respected.

Please follow and share the word. Thank you!

29/11/2017

YOU ARE NOT ALONE Drop in center being held TONIGHT from 5:30 to 8pm at 505 N Main St. Attleboro.

All are welcome. Anonymity is respected.

FREE Narcan Training, Community Resources, Treatment.

28/11/2017

Mental Health needs? Addiction issues?

Come see us tomorrow night at our drop in resource center Attleboro, MA. Agencies offer in person resources including information and FREE Narcan training for families and indivudals suffering with mental health and addiciton issues. Anonymity is respected. Voluntary treatment options available.

Please follow us and share. the word. Thank you!

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Monthly Drop-In center located at 505 North Main Street Attleboro MA, 02703

Telephone

50822212121951

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Attleboro teams up to address Substance Abuse and Mental Health Issues

The "You Are Not Alone” drop in center provides information, community support and access to immediate treatment for those affected by substance use and/or mental illness and their family members. The drop in center features information and resources provided by community mental health and addiction organizations. This includes the opportunity to have a one to one consultation with members of the areas newly organized Greater Attleboro Recovery Network (GARN). Members include Arbour-Fuller Hospital, HighPoint Treatment Center, South Bay Counseling Center, Greater Attleboro Area Suicide Prevention Coalition (GAASPC), Learn 2 Cope, Teen Challenge, New Hope, Inc., St. Vincent de Paul and NORCAP to name a few. Free Narcan training will be provided through Seven Hills. Clinicians from Arbour-Fuller Hospital, Community Counseling of Bristol County (CCBC), and other local resources will be on hand to assist those seeking immediate voluntary treatment. Anonymity is an important part of this program as well. It is imperative that community members feel comfortable seeking help, whether it is for themselves or someone else. The "You Are Not Alone" drop in center will be open from 5:30 to 8pm on the last Wednesday of the month in Fellowship Hall at the Murray Unitarian Universalist Church (http://www.murrayuuchurch.org).

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On Monday, September 10th at 7pm, the Attleboro Area Council for Children is hosting Eric Spofford, CEO of Granite Recovery Centers in NH at the BCC auditorium. He will address opiate addiction, treatment and recovery. His talk "What Every Parent Should Know about the Opioid Crisis and More" should be on every parent's list of ways to get educated. Eric is a recovered herion addict who rose through virtue of his own recovery to focus on helping others. For more information and to RSVP, please go to the Council for Children page.
DROP IN CENTER TONITE AT PLYMOUTH RECOVERY CENTER!!! If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction and looking for help, the PCO Hope Drop In Center in Plymouth will be open from 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm tonite. Please stop in for information and to speak with some of the amazing on site resources. The Plymouth Recovery Center is located at 71 Obery Street. Please reach out if you need help.
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction and looking for help, the PCO Hope Drop In Center will be open tonite, June 12th, from 5pm - 9pm at New Hope Chapel, 89 Court St in Plymouth. Our guest speaker at 7pm tonite will be Jen Wilmot from South Bay Community Services. Come hear about this great community based resource with a location right in Plymouth.
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction and looking for help, please stop by the PCO Hope Drop In Center tonite between 5pm and 9pm for resources and information. The drop in center is held at New Hope Chapel, 89 Court Street in Plymouth.
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction and looking for help, the PCO Hope Drop In Center in Plymouth will be open tonite from 5pm - 9pm. Please stop by for information and resources. At 7pm we will have guest speaker Liz Sacchi from Child and Family Services sharing information on what they do, their role in our community and how they we can access services.
The PCO Hope Drop In Center will be open tonite, April 10th, from 5pm - 9pm at New Hope Chapel, 89 Court Street in Plymouth. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction and looking for help, please stop by for information, resources and support. The Teen Challenge Brockton Campus Men's Choir will be performing at 7pm. Additionally, Grief Share begins at 6:30, The Way begins at 7:00 and the Hidden in Plain Sight Display will be on site for the evening.
Join us tonight, Tuesday, March 6th, for the PCO Hope Drop In Center from 5pm - 9pm. Gosnold will be our guest facility speaker beginning at 7:00 pm Come by at any time during the night for assistance, information, a hot meal and some amazing people to talk to. Hidden in Plain Sight will also be on site and we will be remembering those lost to addiction as today is Black Balloon Day.
Join PCO Hope tonite at 7pm at New Hope Chapel, 89 Court Street in Plymouth to hear about the drug court program from Hon. John M. Julian. Judge Julian will be speaking and answering questions during our regular drop in program which is open from 5pm - 9pm tonite. If you or someone you know is struggling and looking for help, come by and speak with us and get information from our many great on site resources.
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction and looking for help, the PCO Hope Drop In Center will be open from 5pm - 9pm tonite at New Hope Chapel, 89 Court Street in Plymouth. Please stop by and get information on the many resources available.