The Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office was awarded a federal grant through the Office for Victims of Crime to create a county-wide response for children traumatized by substance misuse in the family. Building on the success of Plymouth County Outreach’s overdose follow ups, The Drug Endangered Children’s Initiative, known as Plymouth County DECI was created to bring services and support to families touched by the opioid crisis.
Expanding on the efforts of the Plymouth County District Attorney’s office, Plymouth County police departments, schools, and the United Way of Greater Plymouth County’s Family Center, DECI helps by providing services directly to the child and family and by helping to navigate complex systems. DECI is also bringing awareness and training to agencies that encounter drug-endangered children and helping agencies identify and engage drug-endangered children. By enhancing the response of police departments and schools with trauma-informed training and assisting individual families, DECI is helping children become more resilient and break the cycle of addiction.
For more information or to make a referral, contact Kati Mapa, DECI Clinical Advocate: (781) 563-4000; firstname.lastname@example.org
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