Covid 19 Support Recovery Resources
The City of Medford’s Office of Prevention and Outreach is committed to continue to serve the community in limited capacity throughout this trying time. The substance use and recovery drop-in and weekly recovery group is closed. The office is temporarily closed for in-person consultation. We will be offering 24-7 support for those interested in recovery and their families. We will provide up to date information on recovery self-help groups and virtual meetings. Need a friend on the phone? We can link you to those in recovery by phone. Please check our Facebook for the most current information: www.facebook.com/recoveringMedford, or call or text the community recovery coach, Alysia LaGambina (781) 654-5635 for information.
You can also call the Medford Multilingual Resource Line. he Medford Multilingual Resource Line has been established to help answer questions, provide support, and make connections to services. Anyone can call 781-475-5644 and select a preferred language from the menu to leave a voicemail in their native language. Trained professionals in social work, mental health, and public health will return calls or correspond via email to ensure that residents are receiving answers to questions and connected to support services in their native language, through the use of interpreter services. Our staff can assist with connections to services or resources including but not limited to: SNAP and other food access resources, mental health services and support, housing resources and questions, educational supports, and more.
If you tuned into the webinar “Managing Stress Through Difficult Times,” given by Medford resident and professional Speaker, Eric Daddario, there are both City and School resources available.
- School Resources
- Stress, Anxiety + Behavioral Health Resources
- Emergency Services
- Talking With Kids
- Local Meetings, Substance Use Support Services + Resources
- Domestic Violence Support Services + Resources
- Other Resources