We are thrilled to announce the RecoveryBuild APG program has opened at the Falmouth Recreation Center (790 Main Street, Falmouth) to broaden access for teens (and families) from the Upper Cape. RecoveryBuild APG is a 6-month program with two main goals: (1) to build competencies around recovery skills and relapse prevention, and (2) to
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The Cape Cod Chronicle (October 28, 2021) published an article about “students at Monomoy Regional High School being offered access to a unique program designed to help them understand and avoid addiction thanks to a $1500 grant from the Cape Cod Foundation’s Harwich Fund and Chatham Fund. To be offered by Behavioral Health Innovators, the
RecoveryBuild APG is expanding across Cape Cod to serve teens 13-17 years old with a history of substance use. In October RecoveryBuild APG opened at Pleasant Bay Community Boating campus (2287 Route 28, Harwich). Opening soon will be an APG at The Falmouth Recreation Center. The APG meets from 5 to 7 twice a week. Harwich
Collaboration between non-profits Behavioral Health Innovators, Inc., and Duffy Health Center yields award of $315,000 from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to Duffy Health Center for RecoveryBuild Alternative Peer Group program for teens with substance use challenges. September 10, 2021 Founded in 2016, the non-profit Behavioral Health Innovators (BHI) works to develop solutions to address substance
“Reaching the Hard to Reach: Empowering Community Members to Think Differently and Embrace Teens with Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health Challenges During the Time of COVID” by Stephanie Briody for the National Library of Medicine New England Region. Read more here. . .
This webinar included live Q&A with Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), and Dr. Nora Volkow, Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), and focused on the intersection of the disease of addiction and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thank you to everyone who plunged, donated, supported our Winter Dips campaign to raise money for RecoveryBuild APG. Our plungers included Bob Wirtshafter, Stephanie Briody, Talia Arone, Jen Plusch, Patrick Briody, Nikki Coates, Tyler Bridges and many other friends and family members who dipped with us over the winter months. Read the Cape Cod Chronicle
Frederick Shegog, Founder/CEO of The Message LLC (www.themessagellc.com) shares his journey in this YouTube talk as a #RealCollege student advocating for critical services which include mental health/substance use programs.