“Cape Cod Foundation Supports Anti-Addiction Program at High School” news article

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 program . . . teaches students about the teenage brain and the biology of addiction, the problems of self-medication with substances, and ways to avoid substance use.”

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[The photo shows Sheila House (Harwich Youth Counselor), Monomoy Principal Jennifer Police, Stephanie Briody of Behavioral Health Innovators, and Brian Scheld, Cheryl Barnes, Rich Cogen and Bonnie Scott of the Harwich Fund.]


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