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THE CHAMPION PLAN *Launched Monday February 29, 2016
For individuals with Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) and their friends, families and caregivers:

Are you struggling with heroin, opioids, or other drugs? Know someone who is? 

IT'S TIME TO GET HELP

Mayor Bill Carpenter, the Brockton Police Department, Stairway to Recovery and Brewster Ambulance with support from the Brockton Area Opiod Abuse Prevention Collaborative have created a unique program aimed at getting individuals the help they need.

How Does it Work?

When an individual comes into the Brockton Police Department and asks for help, an officer will ensure the participant is not a danger to themselves or others. The participant will then be transported to a safe haven and will be paired with a volunteer "CHAMPION" who will help guide them through the process. We have partnered with the following treatment centers and organizations to ensure that this individual will receive the care and treatment they deserve - NOT IN DAYS OR WEEKS, BUT IMMEDIATELY. * Please be advised, those with outstanding warrants are subject to arrest.

Our Partners:

- Boston VA Healthcare System
- Gosnold Treament Center
- High Point Treatment Center
- Spectrum Health Systems
- Adcare Hospital
- Norcap Lodge
- Learn to Cope

Boston VA Gosnold High Point Spectrum Adcare Norcap Learn to Cope

 


ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS COME TO THE POLICE STATION AND ASK FOR HELP. WE ARE HERE TO HELP.

Brockton Police Department
7 Commercial St.
Brockton, MA 02302

* Entrance to the Brockton Police Station is at the rear of the building facing the train station.

Hours of Operation:

Monday 9AM - 5PM
Tuesday 9AM - 5PM
Wednesday 9AM - 5PM
Thursday 9AM - 5PM
Friday 9AM - 7:30PM
Saturday 9AM - 2:30PM
Sunday CLOSED

Champion Volunteer Form

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