The Allston-Brighton Substance Abuse Task Force is a coalition of community agencies and residents that mobilizes youth, families, community members and leaders to prevent and reduce substance abuse among youth and adults in our community.
The Task Force has made significant strides over the years, becoming a recognized leader and community resource for tackling important issues such as underage drinking and prescription drug abuse.
Current Grants and Activities
Substance Abuse Prevention Collaborative (SAPC) Grant
The ABSATF has a leadership role alongside the Boston Public Health Commission to create partnerships between Boston neighborhoods to promote effective substance abuse prevention efforts. The Bureau of Substance Abuse Services funds SAPC as part of a coordinated statewide prevention effort.
ABSATF Youth Coalition Expansion and Above the Influence® Campaign.
This project is made possible by the generosity of The Rabbi Abraham Halbfinger and Charlesview Charitable Fund at Charlesview Inc. The project aims to help the ABSATF further the reach of prevention efforts in the community and impact youth who are at a crucial age for decision making regarding drugs and alcohol.
To contact our main office, please call 617-789-2967 or email Helen Connolly.