Who We Are
The Milton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition brings together a variety of community stakeholders, professionals, students, and town leaders to work collaboratively on reducing, preventing, and addressing substance abuse and related mental health challenges in our Town of Milton, primarily amongst youth. We recognize that our community is not immune from these problems, and we are motivated to face them together. We are also committed to making it easier for those afflicted with these disorders to get information about where to find help, and providing opportunities for them to contribute to and inform our work.
Overdose Emergencies: What to Do
If you think that someone has overdosed on alcohol or drugs, call 911 immediately and state that you believe someone has overdosed and provide a clear address and location. Rapid response is essential for preventing potential permanent brain injury or death. Follow this link for specific information.
If You Want To Help
The Milton Coalition runs on volunteers and is always seeking new members. We don’t care what skills or experience you bring. Everyone is welcome. Everyone is needed. Find your niche here.
KEEP UP TO DATE
We encourage you to sign up for the Milton Coalition's electronic newsletter in order to stay up to date with events, activities, and opportunities. Click this link to subscribe.
Free Milton Parenting Workshop
Milton Public Schools and The Milton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition PARENT Speaker Series is proud to present an evening with New York Times best selling author Rachel Simmons entitled,
“Odd Girl Out: Best Friends, Worst Enemies and Everything In-between”
This event is free.
Parents, teachers and community members are welcome to attend.
DATE: Monday, January 8th
TIME: 6:30- 8 pm
LOCATION: Milton High School
October Meeting Summary
At a packed coalition meeting of parents, concerned residents, school faculty and administration, and high school students, Milton Police Chief John King listened as community members expressed their opinions and concerns about underage drinking in Milton. The “Listening Session” included remarks by Assistant District Attorney Jennifer Rowe who provided her perspectives about how communities should respond to the problem, and shared a video explaining the Social Host Liability Law. Students provided honest and articulate feedback about why kids in Milton binge drink and ideas for stemming the problem. Chief King will be taking these perspectives into account as he considers new response guidelines for his department.
Milton Community Forum
Substance Use Awareness and Prevention in Milton
Safeguarding Our Kids In Risky Times- K-12
We are very grateful to Milton Access Television for capturing the Forum. You may view the program on Milton Access TV here.
Here are some pictures from the event:
Community Hero Award
The Coalition's 2015-2016 Community Assessment reports (part A - "quantitative" and part B - "qualitative") are available on this site now, along with an link to a video and slides from the February 24 meeting at which the Quantitative report was presented. Find the reports and the slides on this page.
Milton Coalition meetings are both informative and interactive
As befits a community organization, conversation and collaboration are key ingredients to a meeting.