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CARE Program

 Harrington and the Southbridge Police Department announced a new program to offer help and services to those with substance use disorders.

In June 2016, Harrington and the Southbridge Police Department launched the CARE program.

Read more: Southbridge Police Announces CARE Program
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Community Assistance Recovery for Everyone (CARE) is a positive and collaborative effort that offers help to those with a substance abuse disorder.

We are dedicated to providing assistance to those who want help, but aren’t sure where to turn next. We want our program to be a resource for all community members, but it’s important to note the individual cannot be forced into treatment and must seek services on their own.

Anyone living in the Southbridge-area community can go to the Southbridge Police Department (day or night) and request help for their substance use disorder. A call is then placed to Harrington’s PES team, and support staff arrives to evaluate the individual’s condition and connect them to services on the spot.

For more information, contact:

Harrington Recovery Services:

Harrington Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES)

Southbridge Police Department:


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For the safety of our patients and our staff, please note we have implemented some new policies in our Southbridge and Webster Emergency Departments.

VISITORS: We may now only permit 1 visitor per patient. Visitors are not allowed re-entry. (There are minor exceptions to this, i.e. the parents of an infant.)

SECURITY: We have implemented a security check at each entrance. All persons and bags are subject to search.

We appreciate your cooperation.

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