RIZE Massachusetts today announced that it has awarded more than $253,000 in grants for three innovative projects that address existing and emerging factors contributing to the overdose crisis and improve access and equity in substance use treatment services.
RIZE Massachusetts, an independent nonprofit foundation solely dedicated to funding and creating solutions to end the overdose crisis in Massachusetts, is somewhat encouraged by the slight downward trend in the state’s latest report on overdose deaths.
RIZE Massachusetts announced the appointment of John Cook and Candace Reddy to its Board of Directors. RIZE also announced that The Sun Will Rise Foundation has received the Joanne Peterson Award honoring nonprofit organizations for their dedication to improving lives affected by the overdose crisis.
Healey-Driscoll administration announces first-of-its-kind investment in overdose prevention helpline
The Healey-Driscoll Administration today announced a partnership with Boston Medical Center and RIZE Massachusetts to fund and expand the Massachusetts Overdose Prevention Helpline.
Foundations Support UMass Memorial Health Prescriber Training to Expand Opioid Use Disorder Treatment
The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts, in partnership with Reliant Foundation and RIZE Massachusetts, today announced $153,824 in combined grant support for a UMass Memorial Health project.
RIZE Massachusetts today announced the expansion of its Harm Reduction Training (HaRT) Scholars program to Westfield State University.
RIZE Massachusetts is supportive of the City of Boston’s renewed efforts to address the humanitarian crisis that has persisted in the area known as Mass. and Cass.
BOSTON – RIZE Massachusetts received a $2 million appropriation to support its efforts to combat the overdose crisis in the state’s fiscal 2024 budget signed into law today by Gov. Maura Healey.
RIZE Massachusetts, an independent nonprofit foundation solely dedicated to funding and creating solutions to end the overdose crisis, is alarmed by the state’s latest report on overdose deaths that shows a worsening trend of tragic loss and underscores the urgent need to find solutions that will save more lives.
RIZE Massachusetts today announced that it has awarded $883,000 in grants to five nonprofits across the state, including four that are implementing measurable improvements in access and equity in opioid use disorder (OUD) care and one to evaluate their success.
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