Milton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition receives 9,000 in grants

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton gives MSAPC grant
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Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton and Blue Hills Community Health Network Alliance contribute funding to MSAPC

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton donated a wonderful holiday gift to the Milton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition: a grant of $7,500.00 to continue the MSAPC’s community substance abuse planning work. The Coalition Leadership is grateful for their generosity! Hospital CEO Peter Healy presented a check to the Coalition leadership at the January 6th meeting.

The Blue Hills Community Health Network Alliance (CHNA 20) has provided MSAPC with a $1,500 Continuation Grant in support of their work.

About the MSAPC

The Milton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition was founded in the fall of 2014 by the Milton Board of Health.

Mission Statement

“The Milton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition will work together to save lives by increasing awareness, interventions, and resources for Milton residents that address the causes, stigma, and consequences associated with substance abuse, addiction and mental illness.”

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