To reduce the use of drugs and alcohol throughout the community, with a primary focus on youth, by encouraging healthy decision making and providing resources that address prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery throughout the lifespan.
Open to all Held on the third Monday of each month at 3:30pm. Meetings alternate between Zoom and in-person at Canton Parks & Recreation, 92 Pleasant St.
A Candle Lighting Ceremony with Photo Display to Honor Loved Ones Lost
Tuesday, August 31, 2021, 7:00 PM Grounds of Department of Elder and Human Services (Senior Center location), 500 Pleasant Street, Canton
The Canton Alliance Against Substance Abuse (CAASA) invites the public to its annual Celebration of Life. Held in conjunction with International Overdose Awareness Day, this event remembers those lost to overdose and those currently struggling with substance use disorder.
Listen to the podcast, "Up to Speed," an interview with Harriet Burak of CAASA on Canton's Celebration of Life
Local trends, signs of emotional distress and how to get help if you need it. This is a great one to watch with your teen. Presented by OASIS, the Stoughton Police Department and the Stoughton Youth Commission.
Learn about Underage Drinking and COVID-19. As the current pandemic is causing a surge in favorable attitudes towards alcohol, availability and access to alcohol and other drugs, little sense of community, conflict, anxiety and depression; we're committed to addressing youth substance abuse in Stoughton, MA, and our surrounding communities.