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Learn more about our innovative work to improve the lives of marginalized and vulnerable people. We address housing and homelessness, trauma, and behavioral health and recovery. For more information, contact Christina Murphy.

Words Matter: Talking about Substance Use & Addiction

Recovery is possible for everyone. Words matter. Check out these tips for talking about substance use & addiction in supportive, solutions-based ways. Learn more about our work to support recovery.

Talking about substance use and addiction

People of Color More Likely to Experience Homelessness

C4’s SPARC (Supporting Partnerships for Anti-Racist Communities) initiative released a new research report documenting how people of color are dramatically more likely than White people to experience homelessness in the US. The report calls for an ambitious, focused confrontation of structural racism to address significant disparities in who becomes homeless in America. No effort to eradicate homelessness can be effective without addressing this intersection. Read more.

SPARC Phase One Findings

Reducing Substance Use Among Adolescents

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Project Amp

Recovery Resources for Pregnant & New Moms

Learn more about pregnancy and recovery. Journey Recovery Project

Addressing the Opioid Epidemic

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Marc Dones Recovery Month
t3 Training
Visit www.thinkt3.com, our innovative training institute, for information about online training and continuing education about best practices in human services.
Praxis Training for MA Addiction Professionals
Visit Praxis to learn more about training opportunities for addiction professionals in Massachusetts. Praxis also provides resources on Harm Reduction, HIV/AIDS Care Integration, Medication-Assisted Treatment, Opioid Overdose Prevention, and Viral Hepatitis Care Integration.