WORCESTER — With $2.25 million in state backing, a special education collaborative will soon open a Recovery High School for students struggling with substance abuse and addiction.
The school would be the first of its kind in Central Massachusetts.
Webster school Superintendent Barbara Malkas announced the new option for students at a meeting of the Webster School Committee Tuesday night.
"Students who are in these programs have a much higher level of success, not on
Releases County-Level Opioid Prescription Data For First Time BOSTON – Governor Charlie Baker today announced the first steps of his plan to attack the growing opioid addiction crisis in the Commonwealth, including the establishment of a 16 member Working Group and a call on insurers to more effectively manage opioid prescribing practices. Governor Baker made the announcement today at Hope House, a drug addiction treatment center in Boston after a brief tour of the facility