The American Medical Association published their 2023 report on the overdose epidemic in the US. Within this report, they highlight overdose prevention centers as one of the harm reduction tools needed to combat the opioid epidemic.
NEW POLL: Massachusetts voters overwhelmingly support allowing municipalities to establish overdose prevention centers
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 19, 2023 CONTACT:Kate Lagreca, email@example.com BOSTON – Seventy percent (70%) of Massachusetts voters support passing state legislation to allow cities and towns to establish overdose prevention centers, according to a new Beacon Research poll released today by Massachusetts for Overdose Prevention Centers (MA4OPC). Overdose prevention centers are legally authorized facilities where […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 31, 2023 CONTACT: Kate Lagreca, firstname.lastname@example.org BOSTON – Massachusetts for Overdose Prevention Centers (MA4OPC) today recognizes International Overdose Awareness Day, a day to honor the people whose lives have been impacted by overdose, including family and friends grieving the loss of a loved one or workers in health care, first responders, and […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJune 22, 2023 Press Contact: Susan Ryan-Vollmarsusan@influenceconsulting.net617-999-5644 Massachusetts for Overdose Prevention Centers (MA4OPC) today hosted an event at the State House demonstrating broad support for passing legislation to establish life-saving overdose prevention centers (OPCs) in the Commonwealth. Today’s event followed the release of new statewide data, showing overdose deaths have reached an all-time […]