Mayor

Mayor’s Home Page

About Mayor Sullivan

Inaugural Address
January 3, 2012

FY13 Budget

FY14 Budget

Reorganized Government

100 Roads Program

Beautification

Petersen Pool

Substance Abuse Prevention

Trash & Recycling

Employee of the Quarter Recognition

Special Event Request Forms

 

Braintree's Community Partnership on Substance Abuse

"We are focused on this important issue and want to develop a community based response. Although Braintree's Community Partnership on Substance Abuse has only just begun to do its work, it is clear from our initial discussions that the Town of Braintree has a real need to provide this service to our residents".
— Mayor Joseph C. Sullivan

The mission of Braintree's Community Partnership on Substance Abuse (BCPSA) is to increase awareness of substance abuse within the community and enhance communication between youth, parents, educators and residents utilizing evidenced based data in order to promote education, encourage prevention and provide access to resources.

About the Partnership

CommunityBraintree's Community Partnership on Substance Abuse was established in early 2011 to address the substance abuse problem in our town. The South Shore has been hit especially hard with the opiate epidemic over the past several years. Our goal is to focus on increasing awareness of the issue among residents, educating the public, establishing prevention efforts and providing resources for those in need of treatment and support. The Partnership is comprised of educators, public safety officials, first responders, health providers, parents and professionals. Please contact the Mayor's office with any questions or concerns.

Substance Abuse Resources, Narcan and support services

Narcan

  • Mass DPH Opioid Overdose Prevention & Reversal Information and where to get Narcan right now in Massachusetts at no charge.  Closest location to Braintree is Manet Community Health Center, 1193 Sea Street, Quincy, call (857) 403-0803 - pdf

Support for Family and Friends

  • Learn to Cope www.learn2cope.org or call 508-801-3247.  Family and friends support group.
  • Families Anonymous www.familiesanonymous.org or call 617-834-1164. For family and friends concerned about a loved one's use of drugs and related behavioral problems.

MedReturn Kiosks

Anonymously dispose of old, excess, or unwanted prescriptions in the MedReturn kiosk located in the lobby of the Braintree Police Department, 282 Union Street. Residents may use this drop off site 24 hours day.

The MedReturn kiosk was donated to the Town of Braintree in collaboration with Impact Quincy, a program of Bay State Community Services Inc., through funding from the MA Department of Public Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse Services.

For more information www.townofbraintreegov.org/police/medication-disposal-program.html

SHARPS (Needle/Syringe) Disposal Program

SHARPS needle disposal is offered by the Braintree Health Division, located at Town Hall. Needles can be dropped off at the Health Division, Monday – Friday from 8:30 am -4:30 pm for a nominal disposal fee.

For more information www.townofbraintreegov.org/health/sharps-disposal-program.html

 
 
line