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About Middleboro Matters

Middleboro Matters is a community coalition that was founded in 2015.  The sectors of the community banded together to begin to work on the substance abuse problems in Middleboro.  Using evidence based strategies, they are working hard on prevention initiatives for the town.

The Steering Committee

Jeffery Begin, Director of Operations, Southeast Massachusetts, Brewster Ambulance

Lance Benjamino, Middleborough Fire Chief

Lorna Brunelle, Business Owner and Community Member

Amanda Decker, LifeHouse Church

Amy Dow, Director of Development, Cranberry Catholic Collaborative

Danielle Jameson, Assistant Principal, Middleboro High School

Amy LeFort, Program Coordinator, Plymouth Area Substance Abuse Prevention Collaborative

Brian Lynch, Superintendent of Middleborough Public Schools

Sharon Matthews, Community Member and Learn to Cope Facilitator

Robert Nunes, Middleborough Town Manager

Susan Okolita, Executive Director, Old Colony YMCA

Joseph Perkins, Middleborough Chief of Police

Andrea Priest, Executive Director, Middleborough Council on Aging

Gregory Thomas, Assistant Principal

Gregory Trask, Student Resource Officer, Middleborough Public Schools

Rich Young, Chair, Middleboro School Committee

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