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The DOSA Coalition is a community coalition dedicated to bringing people together and fostering awareness, as well as promoting healthy decision-making when it comes to drugs and alcohol. 

However, we know that sometimes families are already struggling with these issues and need help.

Below is Our Resource Guide includes a wide range of services to address various needs. Here are some of the resources you can find:

  1. Mental Health Resources: Connect with licensed mental health professionals who can provide counseling, therapy, and support for individuals and families experiencing mental health concerns.

  2. Substance Use and Trauma Hotlines: Access helpline numbers for immediate support and guidance related to substance use disorders or trauma.

  3. Emergency and Outpatient Therapy: Find information on emergency mental health services and outpatient therapy options available in Dedham.

  4. Family and Group Support Programs: Discover programs that offer support groups and resources for families and individuals dealing with substance use or mental health issues.

  5. Substance Use Disorder Treatment: Learn about treatment centers and programs specifically tailored to address substance use disorders and addiction. These programs may include detoxification, counseling, medication-assisted treatment, and long-term recovery support.

  6. Culturally Sensitive Care: Access resources that provide culturally sensitive and inclusive services to meet the unique needs of diverse communities within Dedham.

  7. Social Services: Explore organizations that offer social services, such as housing assistance, food banks, financial aid, and legal support.

Please note that some of these services may be covered by insurance. We encourage you to reach out to the individual providers to inquire about insurance coverage and any potential costs associated with the services.

At DOSA, we are committed to supporting the Dedham community and ensuring that everyone has access to the help they need. We hope that this Resource Guide serves as a valuable tool to navigate the various resources available to you. Remember, recovery and well-being are possible, and you are not alone in your journey.

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