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Responding to a Hazardous Material Emergency Educational Workshop
Do you know how to respond to a hazmat emergency at your facility? Ever wonder how to recover from this type of emergency and what resources are available?                                                                                The Region 3 HMCC is partnering with MA Fire Service Department Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Division to provide an educational session on how to response to a hazmat event and the roles our community partners play in recovery efforts.

When: Sep 26, 2019 12:30PM in Tewksbury, MA

Pentucket High School Class of 1969 Fifty Year Reunion

Pentucket Class of 1969 Fifty Year Reunion

When: Sep 28, 2019 6pm in Tewksbury, MA

Baxter Chandler Presents: How Problem Gambling and Trauma Interact: A Complex Relationship

Clock hours/Continuing Education Units: 4.5  Description: This training will examine the complex connections between problem gambling and trauma.  We will explore the many different types of trauma, including sexual abuse, domestic violence, combat, and neglect, and how trauma is both a potential risk factor for developing problem gambling and a potential consequence.  Evidenced based and trauma informed screening tools and treatment interventions to address both issues will be explored.  Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of this training, participants will be able to: Describe at least 3 signs/symptoms of both problem gambling and trauma reactions across a variety of populations;  Identify at least 2 ways that a history of trauma can increase the risk of developing problem gambling; Describe at least 2 trauma informed treatment intervention used to help a person with both trauma symptoms and problem gambling issues.  Baxter Chandler, LICSW is the Program Manager of the Adult and Child Partial Hospitalization Programs at Baystate Medical Center.  He teaches in the MSW program of Westfield State University. He received a bachelor's degree in psychology from St. Andrew's College in North Carolina and a Master's in Social Work from the University of Georgia.  For 26 years he has worked with people dealing with mental health and substance use disorders in a variety of treatment settings including medical units, crisis programs, partial hospital programs, and outpatient behavioral health services.  In addition to his work with co-occurring disorders, he has interests in group therapy, motivational interviewing, and suicide prevention.  For more information including if you are deaf or hard of hearing, or are a person with a disability and require an accommodation, please contact Odessa Dwarika, Director of Programs and Services @ 617-426-4554, TTY: 617-426-1855 or odessa@maccg.org. Funded By: MA Department of Public Health’s Office of Problem Gambling Services

When: Oct 2, 2019 10am in Tewksbury, MA

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About Tewksbury, MA
Tewksbury Massachusetts is a town located on the uplands between the Concord and Merrimack Rivers, is situated on slightly rolling lowland terrain with large areas of bog and swamp here and there throughout the town.

Tewksbury was settled during the early decades of the 18th century and its early economy was based on farming and grazing. The town's secondary work base was in lumbering and a saw mill was built on Trull Brook in about 1736.

In the early 19th century the Lee family tannery had been established and continued in operation throughout the century. Because of its proximity to Lowell, the economy of the town shifted toward commercial businesses and that has remained the case to the present day.

Residents of Tewksbury developed greenhouses between 1890 and 1915 and grew primarily carnations for city markets. So many were grown that Tewksbury held the name of the "carnation town" for years.

Tewksbury's convenient location along Routes 495 and 93, along with its many desirable residential family neighborhoods, has made this town a popular place to live.