Watertown Cares Network
To lessen the impact of substance use disorders in our community in a thoughtful and compassionate manner.
The Watertown Access to Treatment, Education and Resources (W.A.T.E.R.town) Task Force for Substance Use Disorders was created in 2015 as a local response to the nationwide crisis of substance use disorder.
In 2020, the Task Force transitioned to the Watertown Cares Network. Its members use local and regional data to develop a range of initiatives aimed at prevention, education, treatment, and support for anyone in our community affected by substance use.
News & Announcements
Erase The Stigma of Substance Use Disorder Virtual Event & Panel Discussion
Please join us for our Erase The Stigma of Substance Use Disorder Recovery is Possible Virtual Event & Panel Discussion
Screening & Discussion Program Featuring Heroin(e)
Movie Program on the Documentary “Heroin(e)”, September 26th, 7:00pm
Save the date on September 26th at 7:00pm at the Watertown Free Public Library for a showing of “Heroin(e)“
Quit Smoking For Life!
Now is as good a time as any to quite smoking for life!
Metro-Boston Project Outreach – Substance Use Recovery Drop In Resource Night, April 12th in Waltham
Join us for Substance Use Recovery Drop In Resource Night