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THE REVERE ADVOCATE
- Friday, April 21, 2017
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City to host Community Forum on May 3 at RHS
Will update work on addressing opioid abuse
A
s part of Mayor Brian Ar-
rigo’s commitment to ad-
dressing opioid abuse in Re-
vere, the city government
opened theSubstanceUseDis-
order Initiatives (SUDI) Office
last year at 437 Revere St. At
that office, grant-funded staff
was hired to increase capacity
to address the opioid problem
in our community.
Since the office opened up,
the SUDI office has worked to
streamline preexisting pro-
grams and pursue new fund-
ingopportunities toexpand its
efforts.While there is stillmuch
work to do, initial efforts have
made a difference, with early
reports showing that both fa-
tal and nonfatal overdoses de-
creased in Revere in 2016.
To update the public on the
ongoing work of the SUDI of-
fice, discuss future initiatives
andsolicit feedbackabout next
steps, the SUDI Office, in con-
junction with Mayor Arrigo’s
office and the Revere Public
Schools PTO, will host a
com-
munity forum on Wednes-
day, May 3 at 5:00p.m. in the
LearningCommonsatRevere
High School.
SUDI office staff,
Mayor Arrigo’s office and pub-
lic safety officials will provide
updates on ongoing efforts to
address the opioid crisis. Addi-
tionally, therewill beaQ&Ases-
sion, with residents invited to
offer feedback onwhat’swork-
ing, what isn’t working and
what steps Revere should look
to in making progress.
In addition to city staff and
medical professionals, local di-
rect service providers andmed-
ical professionals who partici-
pateaspart of theRevere’s SUDI
leadership team will be in at-
tendance. Attendees will have
expertise across the continu-
um of care – prevention, inter-
vention, treatment and recov-
ery – andwill be available to an-
swer questions residents might
have about services available
for themselves or for their loved
ones.
For fur ther information,
please contact Julia Newhall
at the City of Revere’s SUDI of-
fice at 781-629-4158 or
jne-
whall@revere.org.
the incident came to light
and said themeetinghelped
him realize the policy was
not appropriate.
According to Attorney Joe
Devlin, the hotel was not try-
ing to be discriminatory but
trying to curtail criminal ac-
tivity that has happened at
the hotel, and didn’t think
the policy fully over.
“It was disappointing to
hear something like that,”
Commissioner LindaGuinas-
so said. “I was disheartened.”
However, Buddemeyer
said he has come up with
new ways to make sure
crime doesn’t happen at the
hotel anymore. He has in-
stalled a card reader for the
elevators so someone must
use their card for the hotel
door to also use the eleva-
tors. “It does curtail anyone
that doesn’t belong there,”
he said.
They have also added
more lighting around the
building. He said he does
want to be a part of the Re-
vere community and apolo-
gizes for the former policy. “I
welcome all business, I need
business,”he said. “We really
do want to be a part of the
community.”
Guinasso believed that
Buddemeyer was truly sorry
for the mishap. “Revere has
been very good to you and
we expect that in return,”she
said. “I feel that you got the
message loud and clear.”
Keefe stated that poli-
cy has now been terminat-
ed. The License Commis-
sion voted to place the mat-
ter on file.
POLICY
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